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Saturday 7th September 2024


This years Bluebell Tractor Run was a huge success, the weather made for a beautiful day and 71 tractors all turned out to drive around the glorious route, kindly organised by Mr Steve Parkes. Campden House Estate provided a spectacular backdrop to start and end the run, special thanks to Mr Tom Smith for allowing us to use their farm. A special mention also, to Lower Clopton Farm Shop for opening up especially for the day, providing excellent facilities for our lunch stop and kindly donating a percentage of the takings to Cancer Research UK.
Thanks to the generosity of all the spectators, exhibitors and supporters, we managed to raise an outstanding amount of approximately £2,600 for Cancer Research UK. 
Thank you to everyone who took part in the day, either by bringing their tractor, volunteering their time to help, or simply coming to wave and watch the tractors all pass by, we can't wait to see you all again next year! 







Entries are now open for the Home and Garden compeitions, with classes including Handicrafts, Homecrafts, Vegetables and Flowers there is something available for everyone. We also have a big section for children with a variety of classes available for all ages. If you would like to enter or view the schedule of classes available please click here.






Moreton Show’s annual Plough Sunday celebration took place on Sunday 7th January at St. James’ Church Longborough.

This is the 32nd Plough Sunday service organised by Moreton-in-Marsh District Agricultural & Horse Show Society. It is a traditional English celebration of the beginning of the agricultural year, with origins said to date back to medieval times. Today we continue the traditional Victorian service where the parish Ploughs, decorated with ribbons, would be dragged to the church to be blessed.

At our service, a Plough, representing all the farm machinery and tools, and a Milk Churn and Cotswold Sheep, representing the livestock and all the work that is done caring for them, are all brought into the church to be blessed, symbolising the start of another farming year, and giving thanks to all those that work in agriculture.

The shows Honorary chaplain, Reverend David Quin, kindly officiated the service. Reverend David Quin comes from a farming background and has been Moreton Show’s chaplain for the last two years.

Mr Simon Randall CBE, a past president of Moreton Show and Mrs Elizabeth White, Jubilee Challenge Trophy winner of Moreton Shows Home and Garden section, kindly did the readings for the service and Mrs Rose Smith, Chairman of Farms & Crops, and Miss Millie Parkes were our farming representatives.

A collection was taken and we are delighted to be able to donate £336.52 between St. James Church, Longborough and the Focus Cancer Charity at Cheltenham Oncology Centre.

We were delighted to see so many people in the congregation come and join us for this special occasion and our warm thanks are extended to the team at St. James Church for all their help with the service and to Mrs Dawn Minett for the use of her plough and Mr Steve Parkes for bringing his champion Cotswold Ram.


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