Planning is well underway by the Weardale Agricultural Society for the 152nd Weardale Show on 27th August 2022 for a bigger and better show than ever.
Check out Weardale Show's website for a guide to all the attractions on the showfield in Upper Weardale. With so much free entertainment for youngsters it also makes it a great value day out for families too!
See & Do There is so much to see and do at Weardale show, with exhibitions in the main ring to watching the horse and pony competition and looking at the amazing entries in the different competition classes. There are load of attractions for youngsters too including a children's tent, inflatable zones and a climbing wall. Activites for youngsters on the field are free making Weardale show amazingly good value for families!
Eat & Drink From the refreshment tent serving a range of hot and cold food to the bar, coffee stall and ice cream van you won't go hungry at Weardale Show!
Buy The craft and farmers market tent has lots of stalls from local artisan suppliers. Be it local cheese or honey or hand woven goods there is something for everyone to browse and take away.
Compete There are so many different ways you can take part in the fun competitions at the Weardale show. Alongside traditional classes for sheep and cattle you can also enter your photographs or show off your prowess in the kitchen or garden. Why not show your dog or have a go at bale stacking.
Tickets purchased in advance: Adults: £5; Children: £3
Tickets purchased on show day: Adults: £7; Children: £4
Advance Tickets (wristbands) are on sale from: The Blue Bell Inn, St John's Chapelm, Contact Terry Wood: hello@thebluebellinn; tel:01388 537256
Chatterbox Café, St John's Chapel, Contact Sarah Langan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Show Secretary Joan Warriner, Brokenway House, St. John' Chapel, DL13 1RR email@example.com; tel:01388 537606
|Season (27 Aug 2022)|