Sunday 14th July 2024
Heather, LE67 2TD

Things to look out for!

Vintage Tractor Display

Take a step back in time and watch this fantastic collection of prized vintage machinery that have been restored to their full glory to represent the history of farming from the demise of the Heavy horses through to the modern day. Robert & Felicity Archer have been organising this impressive display for over 20 years. The static display can be found opposite Avenue J


Cattle Parade

The Cattle Parade is the highlight for many visitors. This is a wonderful opportunity to see many of the spectacular animals that have been in the judging rings during the morning. Exhibitors bring their livestock from all over the country to compete for the Best in Show. The Champion of each section will be presented with their trophies by this year’s Society President, Andrew Large.

Village Green

A visit to the Village Green area is like stepping back in time with craft exhibitors keeping old traditions alive, such as willow work, basket making and hand-crafted walking sticks.

NEW! to the Village Green:

  • Country Girl Pottery - unique handmade ceramics

  • Hazell Forged Blacksmith - traditionally forged ironwork

Women’s Institute Marquee

The WI is the most influential women’s organisation in the UK and new members are always welcome, whatever your age. Visit their marquee on Avenue U where they will be staging a number of displays. The WI Country Markets will be selling local homemade produce – cakes, preserves and jams. Treat yourself to a cup of tea and a delicious slice of cake to go with it

British Farm Produce

Best of British! We have a whole area dedicated to showcasing the very best of local or British food. For food lovers it's the place to be from gooey brownies, to gins made by local grown fruit to a wide selection of cheeses to local wines grown in the UK, there are plenty of samples to try before you buy.

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