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Moreton Show Cancelled for 2020
We really sad to announce that Moreton Show has been cancelled for 2020 because of the global Coronavirus pandemic. Organisers of the show, which would have taken place on Saturday, September 5th, have taken the decision to protect public safety.Moreton Show Chairman, Ed Hicks said: ‘It is heartbreaking for everyone involved to be cancelling Moreton Show because so many people put so much time into making it one of the biggest one-day agricultural shows in the country. Above everything else, however, we must ensure the safety of everyone involved. This includes our visitors, the exhibitor..
Boost for Local Food Producers at Moreton Show 2020
Local food producers will get a big boost at this year’s Moreton Show, with most food and drink stands around the showground coming from caterers based within a 20-mile radius of the showground. In another move backing local food, the Warner’s Budgens Cotswold Food Market will offer local food sellers – who are based within 20 miles of the show - a 25 per cent discount on the price of a stand. A pitch in the popular food marquee will cost as little as £113, plus VAT, for producers from the local area. This year’s Moreton Show is on Saturday, September 5th and Events Coordinator, Meli..
Moreton Show Farms & Crops Oscars!
The talk may have been of winter storms and incessant rain but farmers at the Moreton Show Farms and Crops Presentation Evening were more than happy to look ahead with optimism. More than 120 people gathered for this annual presentation of trophies and certificates, sponsored by Knight Frank and the mood at the Fosseway Garden Centre near Moreton-in- Marsh was upbeat. Rose Smith, chair of Moreton Show’s Farms and Crops Committee told her audience that she was proud to be part of the farming community. ‘Farmers in the Cotswolds are a resolute, creative and determined bunch who can rise to ..
Kespar Quiver Hits Right Notes At Plough Sunday 
The Rev Roger Simpson and Kespar Quiver, a prize-winning Cotswold ram both made their Moreton Show Plough Sunday debuts at St Denys Church, Little Compton.Rev Simpson admitted afterwards that he had greatly enjoyed the occasion while the two year-old ram was on his best behaviour throughout the one-hour service - even joining in the singing with one or two bleats. Plough Sunday dates back to medieval times and sees the blessing of farm machinery, livestock and all the people who work in farming.This was the 30th Plough Sunday service organised by the Moreton Show Society, which ..
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