We have been busy bees so far and apologies I haven’t posted on the blog however lots has been going on Facebook and Instagram for you to see

And hasn’t it been a changeable few months?


The weather has been quite a challenge at times for all of us

The start of the year when we were out in the cold wind and rain to the last few weeks in the very hot weather, however it has been good to be back out and about chatting to everyone.

So, where are we next?

In the month of of July, we start off with a brand-new show

  • 1st of July we are at the Hanbury countryside show.The 76th anniversary of the show which showcases events from farming, countryside and rural  life.

This one Day event brings together the best of rural Worcestershire, with fantastic displays of horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, goats, horticulture, and much more

  • 9th of July is another new show for us. TheAshby show. This show has a wonderful array of agricultural competitions and like all the other shows is extremely proud to support local and national farmers.
  • 15th of July we are back at Alrewas show in Staffordshire, popular country shows


  • 21st, 22nd and 23rd of July brings us to a brand-new event in Peterborough. This is the Willow Fest, festival of music over three days with plenty to do and see and hear.


  • The last event we have in July is on 29th and 30th of July. This is the 155th Heckington show. It is amazing and the largest village show in England. This has something for everybody from bicycle road racing, children’s activities showjumping, trade stands, vintage tractors, heritage area, horticultural area, heavy horses, livestock, and donkey show just to name a few things and show not to be missed.

Smugglers our dig will be with us enjoying himself


August shows start on the:

  • 12th of August and we are back at the Halifax agricultural show in Yorkshire this fabulous show at Savile Park. Halifax show focuses on agricultural and farming and domestic animals produce flowers and fruits, crafts, showjumping, farmers market and plenty of trade stands for you to see.


  • 19th of August we moved to one of our shows that we visited on numerous occasions, which is Ashbourne on the polo grounds in Osmaston. This traditional country show provides a great day out for the whole family with over 150 trade stands, but more importantly, agricultural shows, horse jumping, cattle, poultry, vintage tractors, and so much more to see.


  • 26th of August, another new show for us. This is the Wensleydale agricultural show, a traditional dales show located close to Leyburn in North Yorkshire in the heart of Wensleydale

As this is the bank holiday weekend, we are taking full advantage, enjoying a little bit of time in this part of the country, with being at the show being the star. The show  is really worth a visit showcasing the very best in local livestock horticulture and handmade crafts, during the day there will be demonstrations on dry stonewalling and the beautiful Wensleydale sheep will be on show. There will also be a large range of trade stands offering products produce, but you can listen to the Leyburn band.


So that is August completed

Moving into September on the:

  • 2nd of September we will be back at Thrapston indoor market. I’m really looking forward to this event (monthly indoor local market )


  • 9th of September we are at a brand-new show which is the Romsey show more about this event follow nearer the time?


  • 22nd 23rd and the 24th. We are at the Lincoln motorhome and campervan show. This is an absolutely amazing event for all motorhome and Caravan enthusiasts and also just to give you a heads up. This is where we start out with our Christmas range (it will be its first outing of the year)

So at the moment this is where we are with all our travels. We hope to see you at some of them and look forward to enjoying some good weather with you all.


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