Enrol in dragon school, collect stars and complete challenges along the way. But they all have one thing in common. Tickets from £15 to £150. It offers such delights as Fell Racing, Sheep Dog Trials and a chance to hear the Muker Band play! Enjoy a wide range of horse, cattle, sheep and pig classes, as well as handicraft, horticulture, fur and feather classes. Come and celebrate country pursuits from wrought iron and farrier displays to goat, ferret, bee keeping, produce and handicraft and the children's sections.
You can arrive from 3pm on Wednesday 31 st July and stay until midday on Monday 5 th August. Alwinton Show is one of the largest in the area and has splendid views of the Coquet valley and river. Over 40 exhibitors will be taking part. Also on 7 February, in Burley in Wharfedale, and 17 February, in Threshfield. Under the shadow of Malham Cove this traditional agricultural and family country show has been taking place for over 100 years.
Other great events and exhibitions The continues until 3 February, with plenty of walks to pick, from 1 to 9 miles, plus a chance to have a go at Nordic walking. It is not only modified tractors which can attempt this, but also wagons, steam engines, military vehicles and even standard tractors. The show starts at 9. On the day there will be celebratory real ales and traditional ciders and award-winning artisan foods as well as magnificent meat. Sessions from 1pm and 6pm, tickets £9. To 3 March Nr Wetherby.
The Yorkshire Brass Band Championships. Few could have ever imagined that this was destined to become the start of a unique collection that would become famous throughout the world. The enthusiastic response of parents and residents led to over 100 scarecrows appearing in gardens,openspaces, hidden corners and even on rooftops. Anton and Erin Dance Those Magic Musicals. Wow what a great response!! Tickets are available by contacting the Whitby Pavilion Box Office on 01947 458899. Held every year at the beginning of September.
Meet 10am Layby near Welburn crossroads. Situated within a natural amphitheatre, there are eight rings running throughout the day, exhibiting prime cattle, horses, sheep, pigs and goats. Held annually on August Bank holiday. This popular country show has taken place for over 100 years and takes place beneath the back drop of Malham Cove. Full support is provided on our events.
A lot has changed in those years, and Countryman Fairs have evolved to become one of the leading event organisers in the Country. There will be works on show by more than 40 artists, including Neil MacPherson, John Piper, Julian Trevelyan, Mary Fedden, Ceri Richards, Ben Johnson, Nerine Tassie and David Remfry. Our sheepdog trials attract many of the top dog handlers from all over the United Kingdom, supported by displays , demonstrations and attractions encompassing all aspects of agricultural and rural life. The Surrey County Show schedule is a fantastic day out for the whole family, combining entertainment and fun with the opportunity to see first hand the many aspects of country life and farming. Held annually at the end of July.
International Textile Exhibition — Through the seasons. As well as showing classes, there is National show jumping in the main arena, the Livestock Grand Parade and the breathtaking Hot Air Balloon flight at the end of each day. Set in this idyllic Wharfedale village, it's a great way to spend a day with friends or family, trail sheets cost just £1 and there's always delicious homemade refreshments available from the village hall. With over 270 traders offering the best regional produce, along with celebrity chef demonstrations from the likes of the Hairy Bikers and James Martin himself, this Skipton festival is foodie heaven. The Scarborough Fair Collection was started in the 1980s when owner Graham Atkinson purchased his first steam engine and mechanical organ.
Held every year in August. Year of Green Action 2019 is the Year of Green Action — a 12 month drive to get more people from all backgrounds involved in projects to improve the natural world. The show is one of the oldest in England, held annually since 1842, and showcases the best of British farming as cattle, goats and sheep from across the region compete for glory in the livestock classes. Malham Show Malham Show is held annually in the heart of beautiful Malhamdale in the Yorkshire Dales on August Bank Holiday Saturday. The song illustrates the story of two individuals who meet for the first time and eventually fall in love.
Enjoy the splendour of this stunning Edwardian theatre. The 151st show will be a true family day out and a quintessentially English Summer occasion for families and friends to enjoy. Exhibitions and workshops, etc will take place throughout the time of the installation 01422 525217. Ceilidh with Pie and Peas Supper. June 6—8 — The Party at the Castle, Sudeley Castle and Gardens, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire Three evenings of concerts, with Alfie Boe, Will Young, All Saints and further acts to be announced. Kilnsey is close to Grassington in Upper Wharfedale and the agricultural show is held every year at the end of August.