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Ringsfield hosts show about rural life

PUBLISHED: 09:00 23 October 2009 | UPDATED: 08:44 01 August 2010

A SHOW celebrating agricultural life in Suffolk is coming to Ringsfield next month.

Ruby and her Horses, a true life Suffolk narrative in story, song and screen, is set against the hardships of the agricultural depression.

A SHOW celebrating agricultural life in Suffolk is coming to Ringsfield next month.

Ruby and her Horses, a true life Suffolk narrative in story, song and screen, is set against the hardships of the agricultural depression.

It has received rave reviews from The Lavenham Life, which calls it “an excellent show full of touching stories, humour and local songs,” and West Suffolk Newspapers, which calls it “quite brilliant.”

The show, which is presented by The Bumpstead Boys, will be at Ringsfield Village Hall on Saturday November 7, starting at 7.30pm. It is in aid of Ringsfield and Weston Community Council.

Tickets are £7, including refreshments at half time, which are available from Maureen Bateman on 01502 575209, Jean Springall on 01502 575447, or any community council member.


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