What To See And Do
There is always so much to see and do at Moreton Show and this is merely a snapshot. More will follow soon. For all the details, timetables and schedules, keep coming back to the website.
Tradition and innovation have always come together at Moreton Show and 2017 is sure not to disappoint as the countryside in a day is presented in this beautiful corner of the Cotswolds.
Topping the bill in the Main Attractions Arena will be the glorious yellow diggers from JCB, in a spectacular demonstration of men and machinery working together - always popular, always a spectacle.
The Rural Attractions area proved a huge success when it was introduced last year and there will something for people of all ages in 2017. There is dancing sheep, terrier racing and falconry alongside demonstrations by the finest local fly fishermen and gunsmiths.
Countryside and Heritage boasts ferrets, moles and bees while Tractor Ted will entertain the youngsters in Family Fun.
The Vintage Tractors, which are rapidly becoming a major feature of every Moreton Show, are back again. Last year, there were 60 on parade – this year, there could be even more!
The real stars, though, are always the animals – more than 2,000 of them at every Moreton Show. The Grand Parade, sponsored once again by Sheldon Bosley, will see all the champions that have shone in the livestock competitions.
The Show Jumping and Showing Rings are always in action. There are new classes this year and plenty to play for with the plethora of Horse of the Year qualifiers.
There’s the finest fruit and vegetables in the Home & Garden Marquee and the most wonderful local food and drink, showcasing the best of British produce.
Trade stand space is fast selling out as Moreton Show prepares for some 350 diverse agricultural and general trade outlets.