Other Competitors

Floral Art

Competition themes will be confirmed for the 2017 show in due course. 

THANK YOU to all of our 2016 floral arrangement exhibitors for their wonderful displays!

Fur & Feather

Details on how to enter for our Fur & Feather Tent will be confirmed in due course.

As at February 2017, due to Avian Flu restrictions, DEFRA have banned gatherings of poultry across the UK, applying to birds including chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese and this restricts events such as bird shows. We will do our best to keep exhibitors informed regarding the “Feather” aspect of the tent.

Caged Birds

Details on how to enter classes for our Caged Birds Tent will be confirmed in due course.

Honey & Wine Marquee

Details on how to enter either the Home made Wine & Beers classes or the Honey Show will be confirmed in due course.

The Art Show

Details on The Art Show will be confirmed in due course.

Trade Horticulture Competitions

Anyone applying for a Trade Horticulture space at the show will automatically be entered into one of the following Trade Horticulture Competitions on show day:

The Hauser Greenwood Perpetual Challenge Trophy – For the best exhibit with a frontage of 15 feet or over.

The Lawrence Hauser Perpetual Challenge Trophy – For the best exhibit with a frontage of less than 15 feet.

Judge – TBC

 

For more information and to apply for Trade Horticulture space please click here >> 

Trade Stands Competitions

Anyone applying for a Trade space at the show (either Outside or within the Rural Industries Marquee) will automatically be entered into one of the following Trade Stand Competitions on show day:

Class 271The Beale Cup – For the most attractive & well laid out trade stand, with a frontage of over 9 metres

Class 272The Harris Cup – For the most attractive & well laid out trade stand, with a frontage of 9 metres & under

Class 273The Renault Cup – For the most attractive & well laid out trade stand of any size, belonging to a charity

Class 238The Rural Industries Plaque – For the most attractive & well laid out Rural Industries Stand

Judge – Doreen Smillie-Gray from the Three Counties Agricultural Society.

 

For more information and to apply for Trade Stand, click here >> 

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We are delighted to announce that The Sheep Show will be at the show this year on Saturday 9th September - one for all the family, highly original & very entertaining!

Just in case you haven't seen the show before...

Presented in humorous kiwi style, the show introduces us to 9 different breeds of sheep, each with a story to tell and are welcomed on to the stage by their own theme tune, “Lenny the Lincoln Long wool” arrives to a great Bob Marley tune (very apt for a sheep that has natural dread locks).We are then given a very informative shearing display and learn more about wool.
However, just to add to this already humorous but educational show, the sheep then do The Sheep Show Shuffle, Yes,Dancing sheep!
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We are delighted to announce that The Sheep Show will be at the show this year on Saturday 9th September - one for all the family, highly original & very entertaining!

Just in case you havent seen the show before...

Presented in humorous kiwi style, the show introduces us to 9 different breeds of sheep, each with a story to tell and are welcomed on to the stage by their own theme tune, “Lenny the Lincoln Long wool” arrives to a great Bob Marley tune (very apt for a sheep that has natural dread locks).We are then given a very informative shearing display and learn more about wool.
However, just to add to this already humorous but educational show, the sheep then do The Sheep Show Shuffle, Yes,Dancing sheep!

Claire Pottinger, The Sheep Show and 27 others like this

Jemma JonesBest part of the show in my opinion! Never laughed so much and who knew sheep could dance!!

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