Visitors to the first ever Frodsham Show got the chance to dunk a local councillor and bank manager.

Frodsham Manor House Primary School hosted the free event, organised by the school’s parent teacher association (PTA), on Sunday, May 18.

Weaver Vale MP Graham Evans opened the show, which featured bouncy castles, welly wanging, craft stalls, a sponsored toddle, tombolas and live performances by community groups such as Chester’s Karamba Samba band.           

Chester's Karamba Samba band led a workshop at the show
Chester's Karamba Samba band led a workshop at the show
 

The show – which was  attended by more than 1,000 people - replaced the annual summer fair, as the PTA wanted to host a more community focused event.

An exhibition hall showcased the entries for competitions such as best bee-themed cake, best bread and best junk  model.

Stuart Williams leads the schools guitar group in a performance to the crowds
Stuart Williams leads the schools guitar group in a performance to the crowds
 

Co-chair of Frodsham Manor House PTA Alan Carter said: “We were  very grateful to the local  businesses who also took  part or sponsored the event, including 4 Seasons 4 Food, Barclays, Taylor’s Opticians, Hunters  Estate Agents, Devonshire Bakeries, Morrisons, Castle Inflatables, Forresters and Ashcroft Vets, and to all the members of our local community who came out to support us helping to raise over £3,100 for our Creating the Right Environment project, which is developing the grounds at Frodsham Manor House School.”