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Plans are well advanced for the 2016 show and the Main Ring attractions have all been booked.

The Aylsham Show is a traditional one-day agricultural show and, with an average attendance in the region of 18,000, is the largest one-day agricultural show in East Anglia. The parkland setting of Blickling Park, a National Trust Estate, is one of the most beautiful sites in the Country with fine views over the lake and towards the Hall

The Show still retains its strong link with agriculture helping to promote a link between town and country. Livestock is an important feature of the Aylsham Show and there are showing classes for cattle, sheep, horses, goats and poultry as well as show jumping. With a varied and exciting main ring program, side display rings, cookery demonstrations, food and farming marquees, rural craft area, flower and art marquees vintage tractors & machinery, classic cars, military vehicles, trade stands, petticoat lane area, fun fair, archery and much much more, there is something of interest for everyone attending the show.

The Show is organised by a voluntary council of forty members.

Gates open at 8.00am 

Entry on Show Day without a prepaid ticket is £15 per adult, cash only.

Accompanied children aged 16 and under, and car parking are free. 



 We look forward to seeing you at the Aylsham Show on Bank Holiday 29th August 2016


Tony Bambridge – President’s comments 2015

TonyBambridge006Come and get a taste of the North Norfolk rural way of life at the 2015 Aylsham Show. Whether it is the farm yard animals, horses, tractors old and new or just the crafts which are associated with our rural county they will all be on offer at the show on August bank holiday Monday, so come along and enjoy this county at its best. I am proud to be President of the show and work with the many volunteers who each year put the event on to show case all that is great and good about farming, food and rural matters. Each one provides a small piece of the giant jigsaw that culminates in the show, a great picture for you to enjoy. And because of all that hard work which has already been ongoing since last year we hope to raise money for local charities, helping those who need that little extra helping hand in the communities we all live and work in. Over the last twenty odd years it has been a privilege to be part of that community and help with staging the show and taking part in all the events surrounding the show and Aylsham Agricultural Show Association. You do not need to be a farmer or involved in the agricultural industry to take part and be part of the association, anyone can become a member and enjoy being part of that community and the privileges membership will bring you on show day. And it all takes part in the Park to Blickling Hall, probably one of the most picturesque show venues in the country. We are really thankful to the National Trust for allowing us the venue. So put Monday August 31st 2015 in your diary now and come join me for one of the best days out and enjoy the sights, sounds and flavours of rural North Norfolk you are all welcome. See you there Tony Bambridge.