Sounds like the Kirov don't have to worry about the competition for the time being. Sorry I missed "Roger Hicks' display of a working sheep-shearing machine." A BALLET GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL
From The Cornish Guardian
It wasn't part of the official Polruan carnival day entertainment, but it had the entire village falling about laughing. By general consent the "Ferris Wayers" entry in the evening's carnival procession around the village really stole the show, carrying off the Patrick Malahide Cup and the George Watts Trophy.
Twenty friends and neighbours from Ferris Way at the top of the village had been secretly rehearsing for weeks for their version of Swan Lake with "Desmond Tutu" (who, when not performing a pas de deux, delivers the district's milk) forming the centre-piece as the Black Swan. click for more
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