Date for the diary! - The 2022 Ashby Show will be held on Sunday, 10th July at Cattows Farm, Normanton Lane, Heather, LE67 2TD.
We are very excited to welcome back Big Pete and the Grim Reaper Monster Trucks’ car-crushing show to next year’s Ashby Show. One of Europe’s biggest Monster Trucks, with a full-size American truck body - Big Pete weighs a massive 7.5 tons and is built for mass destruction! Second only to Big Pete is the Grim Reaper. Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to watch two real Monster Trucks at work, jumping 15ft into the air over cars and crushing them.
As always, Ashby Show has all the charm of a traditional country show and offers something for everyone. This family-friendly event will also be hosting a wide range of show classes for cattle, sheep, horses, show jumpers, poultry & pigeons, budgies plus a whole host of trade stands, country crafts, award winning artisan local produce and plenty of quality food courts.
Bring along your four-legged companions, who can take part in the ever-popular Fun Dog Show classes. So, if you have the Cutest Puppy, Waggiest Tail or a Master/Mistress of Mayhem, then make sure you bring them along to enjoy the day with you. (All dogs must be kept on leads at all times).
The whole team look forward to welcoming you back next year.
If you have a passion for Ashby Show and would like to join a team of enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers, then please email Jane, the show secretary at - email@example.com.
Main ring attractions in 2022...... Big Pete & Grim Reaper - Monster Truck Display Team
Back British Farming by selling your local produce at our show.
The British Farm Produce tent only sells the best of British produce from talented artisan bakers to local homebred meats, mouth watering cheeses and tastes from across the world. Click here to book a stall/stand at this year's Ashby Show.
Main Sponsors for 2022
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