Moreton Show, the largest and most prestigious one day agricultural show is taking place on Saturday, September 2 2017. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, Moreton Show is a celebration of all that’s great about the British countryside. It’s a fabulous family day out, of farming, food, fashion and fun.
Some of the finest livestock in land are on parade - cattle, sheep, pigs poultry and goats. In the National Show of Poll Hereford Cattle, see the pampered prime beef with their glossy coats groomed with hairdryers and the fabulous feathers of our champion chickens.
Moreton hosts the National Show for our lovely Cotswold Sheep and horses and riders compete for places at the prestigious Horse of the Year Show. Farming is all about the food on our plates and at Moreton Show we have the Country Larder Food Hall, celebrating the best of British food and drink.
If you love waxed coats and wellies - we have acres of countryside fashion. Moreton Show is a shopper’s paradise - you can buy everything from a combine harvester to a cookery book.
There’s lots of fun for all the family, with dog shows, music, tractor displays and this year we welcome the mesmerising motorcyclists from the IMPS display team.
If you're looking for somewhere to stay, just ten minutes drive from Moreton Show, then look no further than Trinity House Bed and Breakfast, our luxury bed and breakfast in the heart of the Cotswolds.
trinity admin: 3rd Sep 2015 15:12:00
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