The 106th Warren Agricultural Show full of entertainment and attractions on Saturday

Daniel HockingManjimup-Bridgetown Times
The wood-chopping competition at the Warren Agricultural show.
Camera IconThe wood-chopping competition at the Warren Agricultural show. Credit: Daniel Hocking

The 106th iteration of the Warren Agricultural show made its comeback on Saturday after a year break because of the COVID-19 pandemic, with hundreds of attendees coming to Rea Park throughout the day.

The popular South West event — run by the Warren District Agricultural Society — was filled with entertainment, goods and food and drinks for all who attended from morning until night, where a firework show was put on display.

The emergency service groups — Manjimup police, Volunteer Fire Squad, Ambulance Volunteers and Department of Fire and Emergency Services — all participated in the tug-o-war, with the Manjimup volunteer fire squad taking the win.

The event also had many activities for everyone, including dodgem cars, show rides, sideshow games, food and drink stalls and vans, wood-chopping competitions and entertainment acts on the main stage.

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