Weardale Show 2019 has got lots of events you'd expect from a Durham county show. Here's what's on plus information such as parking, venue and tickets.
Weardale Show 2019 marks the 150th anniversary of the annual event. With judging, demonstrations and music, there'll be plenty going on. So what will you see if you go?
When is the Weardale Show 2019?
Weardale Show is on Saturday August 31 2019. Gates open to exhibitors at 8am and to the public at 9am. The Weardale Show closes at 5pm.
And where is it?
The Weardale Show location is the centre of St John's Chapel. Head to the marketplace, and if using a satnav the postcode is DL13 1QF.
How much are Weardale Show tickets?
To get into Weardale Show it costs £6 adults, £3 children. Apart from the admission fee there are no additional charges for show field activities.
What's on the Weardale Show schedule?
Lots! There are cattle, sheep and dog shows, as well as horse and pony, alpacas, and a dog and duck show. For music there's the Stanhope Silver Band, while activities include quoits, a climbing wall, dry stone walling, archery, pony rides, face painting and running.
Entertainment at the Weardale Show 2019 includes a raffle, a wildlife display, photography, a motorbike and vintage tractor display, Durham Falconry, a farming tent and craft tent. There's also horticulture, handicraft and floral art.
For food and refreshments, there a farmers market and a Victorian tea tent.
All children's entertainment is free.
Who can I contact for more information?
The secretary is Joan Warriner, who can be reached on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01388 537606. The president is Diana Sutcliff who is on 01388 537287.