Reeth and Wensleydale agricultural shows go ahead despite recent flooding

  The Northern Echo 

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ORGANISERS of agricultural shows taking place in Reeth and Wensleydale this Bank Holiday Weekend have said the events will bring much-needed enjoyment for communities after being hit by severe flooding at the end of July.
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