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Sedgefield Show

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The next show is:

Saturday 14th August 2021


Ticket Prices


Adults - £7


Children - £5

(under 5's go FREE)


Concessions - £5


Family Ticket - £18

(2 Adults  up to 3 Children)


Gates Open at 10am

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Virtual Sedgefield Show 2020 Schedule


Unfortunately, due to Covid 19 and the ongoing restrictions we are unable to run this years show as usual so we decided to organise a virtual show for you to showcase your talents.

Classes will be judged on Facebook in a public vote (‘Likes’) on the week leading up to what would have been the show (2nd-6th August). Winners will be announced on show day (Saturday 8th August). Winners will receive a rainbow rosette in recognition as well as celebrated on our Facebook page.


Entries close 31st July!


Schedule of classes:


1. Pet Lamb (any breed)

2. Best Calf (any breed)

3. Hanging Basket (any size) (Adults)

4. Flowers in a Jam Jar (Children under 16)

5. Lockdown/ Covid 19 inspired Poem (All ages)

6. Photograph - Countryside Life (All ages)

7. 4 Cupcakes (All ages)

8. Painting (All ages)

9. Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding in hand or ridden (Adults)

10. Best pony in hand or ridden (Children under 16)

11. Cutest dog or puppy

12. Vintage Tractor


Classes marked ‘All ages’ will be split into adults and children exhibits.


To enter:

1. Simply print a copy of the show template card.

2. Take a photograph of your entry with the template card.

3. Email your photograph with the class number in the subject header along with your name to [email protected] 


*Please indicate if adult or child entry on all age classes to assist with splitting the classes.

Multiple class entries are permitted but please send a separate email for each class.

Welcome to Sedgefield Show


Sedgefield and District Agricultural and Horticultural Society have held a show in the Robert Brown Showfield West Park Sedgefield for 166 years with the exceptions of Foot and Mouth outbreak.

The show is held on the second Saturday of August and is a celebration of Agriculture and Country life.

The show has an interesting range of competitive classes which represent the many skills and aspects of life in the local community, and in the countryside. Animals, machinery and husbandry are exhibited, as are produce, handicrafts and artistic items entered by people of all ages from the local schoolchildren onwards.

In addition to this there are many other attractions, including Trade stands displaying their goods, Food hall to sample local delicacies and Fun-fair rides for all. Please see show programme for details of this years show.