The day kicks off with judging in the morning of Livestock and horse classes, together with the 35th National Show of Hereford Cattle and National Show of Ryeland Sheep.
Countryside Ring acts start at 11 am with acts from The Sheep Show, Stuart Barnes Dog and Duck displays, Misselchalke Gun Dog Displays, Ferretworld Roadshow, Trevor Hill Falconry plus lots of static displays and demonstrations.
Main ring entertainment from 1 pm with the amazing Squibb Freestyle Stunt Team, Parades of Livestock, Vintage Tractors & Vehicles etc
A large Horticultural Marquee is packed with entries of vegetables, flowers, cookery, preserves, handicraft and children’s work. There is an Arts & Rural Craft Marquee and Food Fayre Marquee, with food demonstrations from “Wot’s Cooking “. You will hear the roar of the Tractor Pulling and Lawn Mower Racing and the cheers for the National Young Farmers Tug of War Finals! There is an array of trade stands around the ground. Plus “The Floras” – Stilt Walkers. Together with displays of Classic Vehicle, Tractor and Stationary Engines. There are lots of Local Caterers and Bars located in different areas on the showground. together with a Children’s entertainment area to include a climbing wall, slide, go karts, smiley train, face painting. Plus lots, lots more!!
Save money buy your Pre-show tickets now on line at www.tenbury-countryside-show.co.uk or from local outlets at only £8 for Adults and £3 for Children (5-16 yrs)! Gate prices held at Adults £10 and Children £5 (5-16 yrs). Car parking is free. Only participating and assistance dogs are allowed on the showground. Mobility Scooters to hire from Event Mobility at www.eventmobility.org.uk.
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