#cambridgeshire

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Reflections in a kubus window,New England, Peterborough,Cambridgeshire

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Reflections in a kubus window,New England, Peterborough,Cambridgeshire

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Reflections in a kubus window,New England, Peterborough,Cambridgeshire

A boy sits by the winning entry which weighed in at 408 kgs (64 stone) and was grown by a Mr John Richardson of Chatteris, Cambs. When it was growing the pumpkin required 12 gallons of water and 4 gallons of tomato feed each day and would gain up to 15lb

A ferret gets its teeth inspect by a member of the Cambridgeshire Ferret Welfare & Rescue Society who attend the fair to give advice about ferret welfare both as working animals and as pets.

Jill & Hob ferrets (male & female) at the Soham Pumpkin Fair. The species of polecat were traditionally used for hunting rabbit, but are now mostly kept as pets.

Fancy dress competition winner.

Traders selling pumpkins to the public.

Judges measuring the leeks.

Officials judging the competition for the tallest sunflower.

Entries are laid out for inspection by the judges.

Prizes are awarded for length and weight.

The pumpkins are divided in catergories.

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The pumpkins are carefully guarded.

After weighing the pumpkins are arranged into categories.

The pumpkins are collected by Hiab for weighing.

Pumpkins await collection and weighing.

Shippea Hill Rail Station, Cambridgeshire

Shippea Hill station in Cambridgeshire. The request-only stop is the least used in Britain

Si Barber

Britannia Cafe, Blackfriars Road, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire,UK