There is a full children's entertainment area at Ashby Show with lots of different activities and stalls. There will be huge inflatables, donkey rides, climbing wall, Last Man Standing game and a Punch and Judy show.
This year we have a new attraction
Back again are the Giant Tortoises, the longest living animals on the planet! See them on the Village Green.
Now in its eighth year, the Fun Dog Show will be organised this year by Paul & Yvonne Bullivant from the Yew Tree. Featuring all sorts of classes, from novelty classes, including:
Waggiest Tail, Loveable Rogue, Weird and Wonderful and the Judge's Favourite!
Great fun for you and your dog.
Various classes take place throughout the day in the Show Jumping arena and once again the Breedon Group Accumulator Class is in the main ring to compete for The Perpetual Jackie Markham Memorial Trophy.
Cattle & Sheep
There is a wide range of cattle and sheep classes, which include many different breeds. We also have the The Midland Breeder's Texel Club Show. Judging takes place throughout the morning and exhibitors are always pleased to meet members of the public who go and admire the top entrants from around the region.
Village Green Area
On our Village Green you can see people maintaining the traditional crafts such as, coracle boat and basket making or stone carving. There will also be a blacksmith demonstrating his skills. Local folk band 'Calling Time' will be entertaining all visitors to this very popular area.
Ivanhoe Archers will again be at Ashby Show and welcome any age and ability to come along and a go. For more information contact David Hammond at email@example.com
For more details about any of our attractions please contact Emmie Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org
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