Moreton Show returns for 2022

27th May

Moreton Show returns this autumn, with organisers promising that it will be even better than last year’s event.

Set in the heart of the North Cotswolds, Moreton Show has been established for more than 70 years and is now one of the largest one-day agricultural shows in the country, attracting more than 20,000 visitors. It will take place on Saturday, September 3.

The show prides itself on its traditional values, providing a stage for local produce and crafts, as well as championing the best in British agriculture and equine showing, all while delivering an entertaining and educational day out for all visitors.

Spokeswoman Jess Parkes said: “The preparations for the show are in full swing and the team are flat-out getting ready for this year’s Moreton Show, and it promises to be another spectacular event.

“After such positive feedback on the new showground layout we decided to stick with the widened aisle ways and trade stand avenues, giving visitors the chance to move around more freely and browse at all the food, craft and retail offerings.”

Last year’s highlight, the Shetland Pony Grand National, is making a comeback and with this year’s main act of the Squibb Bike Stunt Show the Grand Arena will be the place to be for unmissable entertainment.

The Home and Garden classes are open now and the Livestock and Horse classes are opening soon. New for this year’s equine section are the Senior Showing London International Horse Show Qualifiers.

Jess added: “The new Senior Showing London International Horse Show Qualifiers have sparked a great interest and will hopefully be very popular. As always there will of course be plenty for all the family to do with educational activities about the countryside and family fun with Circus Skills and Magic Pete.’

Tom Hayman-Joyce, chairman of Moreton Show, said: “I’m incredibly excited about the show this year and the team have been working really hard to take it up another level, to add more value to our visitors.

“We received amazing feedback from last year’s show and will retain many of the features we change to enhance the experience for all. There will be more to see and more to do, so even more families can enjoy Moreton Show 2022.”

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