This page provides information on the Show Committee, Cash Facilities, Catalogues, Dogs,
Event Photographer, First Aid, Health & Hygiene, Information Maps and Lost Property
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Please be aware that the ground and surrounding hedgerows can be extremely dry. Please help us protect our natural environment from fire by disposing of cigarettes responsibily, not lighting barbecues and ensuring that all litter is placed in the bins provided.
It takes a lot of hard work by a team of dedicated volunteers to put on this terrific day out for competitors and visitors alike. We are always pleased to welcome new faces and it doesn't matter if you have never done anything like this before. We have meetings during the year, but even if you can only help out on the Show Day, we would be delighted if you would join us. If you are interested please contact our Show Manager, Linda Harvey, for details, to get in touch CLICK HERE
We look forward to meeting you.
Officers for the 2023 show
President: Mr Robert Steer
Chairman: Mr Neil Maslen
Vice-Chairman: Mr Ian Dennis
Treasurer: Mrs Shirley Irish
Show Manager: Mrs Linda Harvey
Catalogues for the Show Day
Available for sale at £3.00 each on the entrance gate and around the showground. The Show Catalogue contains everything you need to know to plan your day, find your way around and enjoy your day out to the full.
Well behaved dogs are welcome on short fixed (non retractable) leads, but will have limited access to some areas of the showground.
Owners are requested to clean up after their dogs. Please be a responsible owner and think of other people, particularly children.
Please remember never to leave your dogs in cars in hot weather - it can be fatal!
Photos may be viewed and ordered from the photographer's website after the Show.
Covering Horses/Equine & Grande Parade of Livestock:
Abbey Clarke website CLICK HERE
CoveringCattle, Sheep and the Family Dog Show:
Lisa Large LargeasLife Photography website CLICK HERE
First Aid facilities are available near the Main events ring.
Health & Hygiene
We want all our visitors to have an enjoyable experience when visiting our show and to take advantage of the opportunity to see an interact with a range of farm animals. Show animals are generally very clean but there is a small risk of infection through any animal contact especially for young children.
Please use a common sense approach to hygiene when you have been touching animals or their pens and ensure that you and your children wash their hands with soap and water and dry them with the hand towels provided. You will find signage to your nearest hand washing facilities around the show site. If you are unsure where this is please ask one of our show stewards.
Plans of the showground are contained within the Show Catalogue.
Items of lost property may be handed in to the Secretary's Tent. To contact us after the show CLICK HERE