Here are some of the most frequently asked question to show HQ. If you can’t find the answer to your question here please do not hesitate to contact us.
Sunday 6th September 2020
Adults – 17 & Over £7.00
Children – Aged 5-16 £3.00
Children – Under 5 FREE
Ring Side Parking £5.00 Per Car (Plus Occupants)
Standard Parking FREE
(By kind permission of The Bourn Family)
The gates will open at 9:00am
The Show is a dog friendly event and well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. There is a Fun Dog Show for pedigree and non pedigree dogs which takes place in the Dog Arena at 10:30am (enter on the day, ringside, from 10am).
A schedule of classes is available within the Competitor zone on this web site.
There is ample FREE parking at the site.
There are a wide variety of catering concessions available.
We have looked at the question of facilities for our disabled visitors very carefully. Parking will be reserved for a number of disabled visitors.
Please note however, that the showground is an agricultural field and, as such, the surface may be uneven. Please take every care as you enjoy the show.
In July 1983 I was passing through West Torrington and decided to call at the Post office, a shop owned by Mr Gordon Allen assisted by Mary Philby. Mary came to serve me and during the course of our conversation I mentioned the Wragby Show – The last one being held in 1938.
She asked me all about it, so I told her that it consisted of Horse Showing and Jumping, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Mares and Foals and a Flower Show on the Vicarage lawn under a marquee. There was also dancing in the evening accompanied by a silver or brass band and fireworks were let off when it became dark enough.
When Gordon came home later, Mary told him what I had said about the show. Later that day Gordon and Mr Frank Dickinson came to see me and said “What about this show then “, I said “What about it?” The reply was “Shall we have a go at restarting it?” I said “Why Not?”
After a few days we arranged a meeting in the schoolroom in the Chapel, with all the interested people and we formed a committee. When they were told they could be held responsible for any loss that may occur – half of them dropped out! This left approximately 10 people, from whom we chose a Chairman – Mr Frank Dickinson, a Secretary – Mrs Christine Clay and Mrs Doreen Dickinson as Treasurer. Mr Les Thorne and I both put up £200 to start it off. After a lot of hard work we put on a successful show on 1st October 1983. All the money was paid back, everything was paid for and a good balance to put in the bank. The rest as they say is History.
“Written By The Late Harry Bruntlett In 2003”