Knights of Nottingham display Team including Jousting and Horse display skills
Over 350 Judged Classes
Yorkshire Wolds Half Marathon 180+ runnrers on the day
Sheep Classes (best in show, young handlers)
Live Sheep Shearing
Classic Car Run meeting for a 12.00 noon Main ring display
Vintage Vechile Parade in the Main ring
Children’s Entertainment throught the day
Women’s Institute tent 100 Years of Bishop Wilton WI
Horticultural Tent over 70 judged classes
Horse & Pony Classes
Children’s Tent handwriting to model making
Children’s Sports races and sack racing
Real Ale Beer Tent
Live music in the member area
Rockin Deke River & The Jitters Band
Vintage Tractors, Cars & Engines
Craft Tent with items to buy
Historical Agricultural Equipment Area handtools and machines from the past to present day
Fun Dog Classes enter for everyone run by Wicstun Vets
Trade Stands 60+ Traders offering all kind of wares
On field food outlets from polish sausauges to cut sandwiches
252 Squadron Bridlington Corp
Great Food & Drink
Agricultural Produce in the horticultural tent
Dog Agility displays
Its a really good family day for everyone so please come and join us!
Plus much more to come!
Main entertainment Knights of Nottingham Jouisting Display Team
12.45pm Main ring
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The Horse and Pony Classes are now available to view - please visit the heading on this website. This should give you plenty of time to decide which classes are suitable for you to enter. We look forward to seeing you on show day.
Key things to note:
Entry fee for all classes £5.00.
CLOSING DATE FOR POSTAL CLASS ENTRIES - WEDNESDAY 6TH JULY 2016.
ENTRIES ON THE DAY WILL BE CHARGED AT £7.00 PER CLASS
The Bishop Wilton Show is affiliated to:
Ponies Association (UK) Affiliation number 013/SUM/7040.
Dartmoor Pony Society.
Veteran Horse Showing Ltd.
It all started in 1897 as the Bishop Wilton Flower Show in a tent erected in the school yard. In the early days it was accompanied by a cricket match, sports, a brass band and an evening dance. By 1907 a competition for mares, foals, cows and pigs had been added.
There was a South African connection with the first Show which is explained in an article on the Local History site.