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Join us for the 179th Hadleigh Show on Saturday 19thMay 2018. 

A great family day out at our “Quintessentially British” event.

Broke FMX Trick Riders

Preparations are nearly complete and we hope you will join us for a great family day out at Holbecks Park. To mark the Royal wedding and the end of World War 1 the showground will have a “quintessentially British” feel with red, white and blue bunting.

The Grand Ring will welcome Broke FMX with their motocross display team and Little Nippers Terrier Racing, whilst Titan the Robot will be touring the park – so do come and say hello. The Flower marquee will mark the end of WW1 with a theme of “Nostalgia and Memories” for the floral art exhibits whilst the children will create poppies and doves to hang on a tree.

Other ringside entertainment includes The Sheep Show, the Young Farmers Tug-O-War, falconry displays, The Dog & Duck Show, Dog Agility by TAG and a vintage tractor parade.

With over 160 trade stands there will be lots to see and do for all the family. The Cooking Demo will be back this year lead by Mark David of The Cooking Experience whilst the Ed–MOO-cation tent will be focusing on cows.  The ever popular Food Hall is, once again, packed with 42 local producers and the 2 food courts will offer a wide variety of food for all the family.

Advance tickets can be purchased on-line at www.hadleighshow.co.uk as well as the usual retail outlets; Avis Newsagents, Hadleigh; Hollow Tree Farm Shop, Semer; Boxford Post Office; Bates Wells & Braithwaite, Sudbury; Hall Farm Shop, Stratford-St-Mary, Hintlesham Barns and Elmsett Post Office and Stores.

If booking before 5pm on Friday 18th May, visitors can take advantage of the ‘Early-Bird Discount’, which reduces a Family Ticket (2 Adults with up to 3 Children) to just £25 (£30 on day).  Other Early Bird prices are: Adult – £10 (£13 on day); Child 5-16 – £5 (£7 on day); Senior Citizen – £8 (£11 on day).

Gates open at 8.00am. Parking is FREE with larger carparks and improved traffic flow.