Duncan England's report for the event is copied from his forum contribution.
Dave Toye 18th August 2002.
"On a warm dry evening the event was
attended by 80 adults 14 teenagers and 21 children under the age of 8 years.
Thanks must go to George Walker who not only carved the deliciouse roast lamb but also spent the afternoon cooking the 3 lambs with help from Simon McClean.
The event was organised by Carol Swatton and Sally Care with help from Andrew Churcher David Fisher Jean Griffin Sheila Mayes Nick care and James England.
The Raffle was won by John Barrott ( dinner for 2 at the bridge House, many thanks to BJ & Dave for such a generous Prize. The fruit hamper was won by Beryl Barrott and the Scotch by George Walker besides the other minor prizes.
Best Cowboy was Adrian Dashwood and best Cowgirl Sarah, we have your prize of chocolates collect soon or they will be gone.
Other people who should be mentioned are David Fisher dressed as Wyatt who and cowgirls Carol and Sally
Dave Toye presented the prizes for all the events thanks
Dave you had the easy job.
The Rodeo Bull Ride Results
Youngest Rider, Elliott and Laura aged 6 years
Under 8 years Lydia Churcher with special mention for Lewis and Leanne
Under 16 Years, Christopher, Daniel Webber and Gemma Care best time, special mention to Joe Dennard Domonic Simon Keates, Mat Whiteman, Fergus, Penny Bryant and Sinead.
The Adults. Bset Cowboy Nick Care, Best Cowgirl Tracy harvey who also had the best time and gave a splendid exhibition of how to ride a bull, specials mention also to Lyndsey Briant, Naomi, Lucy and nice to see you Andy Barrott.
A big thank you to all who participated and the audience who cheered them on.
We raised £400 towards the up keep of the Hall,
thank you all for your continued support and we hope you had a very enjoyable evening.
Duncan England . Chairman Copsale Hall Committee 12th July 2002