Become a Sponsor

Sponsorship is a great way to support the Society, join in with the show and promote your business. Sponsors have the opportunity to advertise in front of 24,000+ visitors on show day, covering the whole showground from fencing to classes to main ring attractions – there are plenty of options.

The society is grateful to those who provide sponsorship either in money, products or services, not only businesses but also to individuals and families. These contributions are vital and without them the show wouldn’t be able to offer such a vast range of classes and entertainment.

If you would like more information on sponsorship opportunities – please download our sponsorship brochure here >>

Alternatively, please contact the Show Office who will be happy to discuss your ideas or requirements.

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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!!

3 days ago   ·  2
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