The Imps rev up for Revesby Country Fair
The world famous Imps Motorcycle Display Team will wow the crowds at one of Lincolnshire’s best loved country fairs.
The infamous bikers are set to perform daredevil stunts set against the backdrop of the historic Revesby park on Sunday 4th August 2019.
Aged from just six through to 16, the team will bring their skills to the main ring during their headline performance. They have previously performed across the world for millions of people, making show-stopping appearances at The Edinburgh Military Tattoo and on the BBC.
This isn’t the first time The Imps Motorcycle Display Team have brought their impressive act to the Lincolnshire countryside. They previously headlined Revesby Country Fair’s main ring back in 2014.
Roy Pratt MBE, team director of The Imps Motorcycle Display Team, said: “The Imps are all very much looking forward to performing at Revesby Country Fair and contributing towards making the day great for visitors. Our visit will be part of a wider tour, covering London, Merseyside and Shrewsberry, before heading on to Haverfordwest and finishing the tour in Derbyshire.
“It’ll be a fantastic summer for us and we hope to meet lots of friendly faces at the fair.”
John Roe, chairman of Revesby Country Fair, said: “Revesby Country Fair is a lovely day out for families. We’re always looking for ways to make it a fun day for everyone, so we’re pleased to invite The Imps back once again to the main ring. The team is really talented and in high demand, so we’re glad that they’ve found the time to perform for us.
“They’re an inspiration for young people everyone and world class entertainers, so it’s sure to be a memorable performance.”
The one-day show will be championing the best local fayre, with the award-winning Fairburns Eggs, Lincolnshire Brewing Company and Redhill Farm already confirmed to be there, as well as Oslinc, Gelston Lamb and Rosie’s Country Kitchen. Lincolnshire’s celebrity chef Rachel Green will also be making a special appearance.
Flower arranging, clay pigeon shooting, archery and farrier events are just some of the activities that visitors can try for the first time.
Judged produce classes, cooking and garden-themed activities and egg and sponge cake decorating classes will also be taking place for the whole family to enjoy.
While for machinery enthusiasts, traditional vintage tractors, classic cars and farming vehicles will be on display.