Derbyshire County Show 2012 – 24th June

The Derbyshire County Show has many attractions for a truly fabulous day out to remember on Sunday 24th June 2012 from 8.00am until 5.30pm.

This traditional family county show will be packed full of events and stalls which offer a fantastic day out. Back by popular demand this year, the Main Ring attractions will be The Monster Trucks and Rockin Horse – The Show.  Also, a Farrier Competition.

The Ockbrook and Borrowash Image Club are holding some special photography events, including a fun photo competition to enter, a chance to have your images displayed at the Show on the day and photography workshops for you to join in.

The show also has a wide variety of tents containing Food Exhibitors, the Derbyshire Women’s Institute, Rabbit Tent, Cavy (Guinea pig) tent, Pigeons and Poultry, a colourful Floral Art and Horticulture tent, Crafts and Rural Crafts including demonstrations.

There will also be a Premier Dog Show licensed by the Kennel Club and horses of all descriptions, plus showjumping in a separate ring. Magnificent cattle, sheep and shire horses in their own section.

Children’s entertainments, rides and amusements.

Vintage Cars, Motorcycles, Engines and Vintage Tractors have separate sections where you can view the vehicles close up.

Venue: The Showground, Borrowash Rd, Elvaston, DE72 3EP

Tickets: £7.50 Adults, Senior/Child £5 (Advanced Ticket Prices). Very expensive on the day and no refunds if it rains one presumes.

Chris Sabian is owner of http://www.thedoginn.biz a directory for Dog Friendly Accomodation, Pubs, Beaches & More Browse the UK’s most popular directory of dog friendly accommodation, pubs, beaches and days out

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