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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 programme, 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. In 2013 £52,750 was donated to mainly local charitable organisations.

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. 

Debit/Credit Card facilities for cash withdrawal only are available at the Treasurers Marquee near the Main Ring.


 We look forward to seeing you at the Aylsham Show on Bank Holiday Monday 25th August 2014


Phillida Hurn – President’s comments 2014

-2740938227CCF53DDAll my life I have lived within three miles from the Aylsham Show and have always been involved, whether jumping or showing ponies and horses and  in recent years showing Simmental and Angus cattle at the Show. I have always been involved and interested in agriculture. Farming is my life; therefore I am very honoured to have been asked to become President of the Aylsham Show in 2014. It is such a lovely and well run show with something for everyone. Due to the generosity of the sponsors and the hard work of the committee members and the show attendance, a large amount of money is donated to mainly local charitable organisations. The weather for 2013 was amazing which enabled a record amount of money to be given. I am hoping for another stunning summer and look forward to a successful Show in 2014.

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