KEIGHLEY & DISTRICT
will take place on
SATURDAY 6th SEPTEMBER 2014
Everything is well on track with preparations and arrangements for our 2014 Show! We are looking forward to wonderful weather and to large crowds coming along - there will be lots for all ages to see and do.
There are around 500 classes to enter and lots of prizes and trophies up for grabs. Information and entry forms for exhibitors in all sections are now available online by following the links down the left hand side of this page. If you cannot find what you are looking for, send us an email from our Contact page
As always, we shall also have a number of special attractions; a wide variety of Trade Stands and Craft & Local Food stalls; and many children's rides and amusements.
PS If you have some exciting Tour de France photos, why not enter them in this year's special class? Go to the Handicraft page where you will find information on all our photography classes.
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS for 2014:
New for this year will be Children’s Sports events, organised by the Worth Valley Young Farmers’ Club. These will take place from approximately 12.30 pm in the Main Ring and children young and old will be divided into sizes to compete in things such as Egg ‘n’ Spoon, Egg Catching, Sack Race, Welly Wanging, 3-Legged Race, and more! Just turn up in good time on the day, report to the Main Ring and off you go! There will be an opportunity for parents to join in and sweets and chocolates to be won!
There will also be Chef’s demonstrations and Wine Tasting plus Bread-making demonstrations by the award winning baker, Mike Armstrong.
Haworth Band, the ever popular Terrier Racing, and the Greenside Alpacas are back again. Ferret Racing and Vintage Tractors will also add to the spectacle, and Pulse Radio will be attending.
For the first time this year, there will be the magnificent spectacle of Ridden Heavy Horses. For further details, follow the link to the Horses page.
See our 2013 pictures
We would like to thank all sponsors, members, exhibitors, and other supporters for their
continued help and support, as without their contribution, we would not have a Show to
present for the public’s enjoyment. Also a big thank you to all those who give up their time
throughout the year to put together all the arrangementsfor the Show, and to those who
spend a week setting up the show field and clearing up afterwards!