Wolsingham Show

@ Scotch Isle Park, Wolsingham

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03 September 2016 - 04 September 2016

9am - 5pm

£10, £6 senior citizens, £4 child, £25 family

The North East’s premier agricultural show is held on the first weekend in September and is the oldest Agricultural Show in the country.

Attractions include sulky racing, fur and feather exhibits, falconry and alpaca displays, a brass band, a parade of champions and many side shows.

Wolsingham and Wear Valley Agricultural Show celebrates its 237th annual show this year in what promises to be another action-packed event on September 3 and 4.

In addition to the livestock the public will get the chance to see this year’s huge attraction the Jamie Squibb Stunt Show which is planned for the main ring where other attractions like the popular show jumping can be seen. A weekend of family entertainment with lots to see and do.

Saturday is the Agricultural Day along with many things to see including a craft tent, donkey rides, dog agility show, bird of prey display, alpaca display, Diggerland – vintage tractors/cars, food hall, wood carver, and over 100 trade stands plus many more events entertainment to keep the whole family amused.

The Country Fair day is on Sunday and amongst the many things to see and do are a KC dog show, ferret show, alpaca display, clay pigeon shooting, ponies, marquee displays, food hall, Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling, Mountgrace Gundogs, Diggerland – vintage tractors/cars, line dancing, live tribute acts and the grand parade of prizewinning stock.

Venue
Scotch Isle Park
Wolsingham
County Durham
DL13 3JG

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