WASH OUT: The weekend rain has caused a delay to the Jambin State School P&C Bullarama.
WASH OUT: The weekend rain has caused a delay to the Jambin State School P&C Bullarama. Contributed

Weekend rain puts a dampener on bull riding

THE welcomed weekend rain put a dampener on the Jambin State School P&C Bullarama last Saturday night.

A decision had to be made for participants and spectators' safety to post-pone it.

However, all is not lost and the Bullarama has been rescheduled for March 29.

Jambin School P&C secretary Tania Byrnes had mixed emotions the planning and organising of the fundraising event got wash out.

"We put 12 months of preparation into the Bullarama and of all weekends it decides to rain it had to be that weekend,” Tania said

"Everything was set up and ready to go and it rained the night before.

"Its hard to be angry though because we needed the rain for the area.”

The P&C committee quickly got to work and came up with an alternative date to for another night of great fun for the family.

"Nothing has changed and we might gain or lose a couple of nominations and we are thankful for all of the support people have given us for the Bullarama.

Prizes are: Open Bull Ride - $4000, Novice Bull Ride - $800, Junior Bull Ride - $400, Steer Ride - $200 and Poddy Ride - $150.

There will be a jumping castle, face painting, mechanical bull, variety of food stalls, music and licensed bar till late.

Strictly no eskys or BYO food or drinks.

There is a bus from Biloela return costs $10.

Gates open at 4.30pm and Bullarma starts at 6pm.

Admission prices are: Adults $15, high school age $10, primary school age $5 and kids under five free. For more info phone call 0428184329.


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