There is so much to see and do at the 62nd Show, with activities and entertainment that appeals to everyone. Including Moving Mountains Mobile Archery, an inflatable slide, play-centre and moonwalk, a bungee trampoline, a tea-cup ride, vintage cars and vintage fire-engines. Wessex Ferret Club are joining the Show again with ferret racing and advice on keeping ferrets, Meon Valley Beekeepers are also on the Show-Ground giving advice about all things bee-related. Pony Magic are doing pony rides and Sussex Falconry are bringing birds of prey that you can see on their display stand and watch in action in the Entertainment Arena.
If you are feeling crafty, have a go at throwing your own pot with Perfectly Potty. Bee Happy Sand-art are on the show-ground and an activity tent provided by Hopscotch Day Nurseries where your pre-school children can have a go at messy play and a mini obstacle course.
If you have a particular talent that you would like to show-case, enter the Horticultural Show. With classes in baking, horticulture, photography, art, craft, wine-making, preserve-making and flower-arranging it is a great way to get involved. Full details can be found on the Horticultural page
There are some fantastic prizes to win in our Grand Draw. Tickets will be on sale from the Grand Draw stall on the show-ground for only £1 per ticket. Visit the Grand Draw page for a list of prizes that you could win.
If you get hungry or thirsty, you can choose from a wide selection of food and drink to satisfy any craving. Full details of the food and drink that will be available on show-day can be found on our Refreshments page.
There is also the chance to enter our Photography Competition. The winning photograph will be the image that best captures the essence of the Curdridge Show. Details of how to enter the competition can be found on the Photography Competition page.
Not forgetting all the wonderful exhibitors who are joining the Show selling their wares for you to peruse at your leisure. For a list of exhibitors and their locations on the show-ground, visit the exhibitors page of our website.
Last, but by no means least, if you still have energy to burn after a fantastic day out, come along to the Curdridge Barn Dance that starts from 7.30pm. Bursledon Village Band is providing the entertainment and with a Ploughman’s Supper included in your ticket price and a cash bar selling real ales, Pimms, Cider, Gin, Vodka and soft drinks, it is a great way to end the day.
The timetable for the Entertainment Arena can be found below and in our Show-Programme which will be available at the entry -gates on show-day
Click on the image to the right to download the Show Programme giving details of what is planned for this year