Come and enjoy Nidderdale’s Big Day Out!

‘Pateley Show’, as the Nidderdale Show is affectionately known, is a traditional Dales agricultural Show where visitors can browse a wonderful display of the finest livestock, produce and crafts that the Dales have to offer. The Annual Nidderdale Show, held in the picturesque surrounds of Bewerley Park, Pateley Bridge, is one of the county’s foremost agricultural shows. It regularly attracts crowds of 17,000 and traditionally marks the end of the agricultural show season.

2014 Special Attraction

Main Ring Display by
mountainbike stunt legend and stunt show performer

An amazing show on 4 wheels, 2 wheels, 1 wheel and even no wheels!


Planning is now well underway for all other sections of the 2014 Show so please keep checking back as we post new details and updates on this site.

More information will be available soon on our exciting main ring displays and our traditional livestock, equine and other classes.

Schedules and Entry Forms will be available in early July.


Click here to see new classes for 2014.  Schedules & entry forms available early July.

Plus there will be all the usual classes for:

Livestock and Horses
Fur and Feather
Dog Show
Sheep Dog Trials
Home Produce
Dry Stone Walling
Young Farmers Competitions
Children’s Pet on a Lead


Lofthouse & Middlesmoor Band
Meltham and Meltham Mills Band
St Cuthbert’s Primary School Band
Forestry Exhibition – Pateley Pantry
Craft Marquee – Heritage Marquee
Vintage Tractors & Machinery
Trade Stands – Funfair
Terrier Racing
ATV Manoeuvrability Test
Young Farmers Mascot Football
Cricket Match

Events in Bewerley Park 2014

Click here to see a list of forthcoming events taking place in Bewerley Park in 2014


Trade Stands

If you would like to be considered for a trade stand site please send us full contact details for your company more. . .


Formed in 1895, the Annual Nidderdale Show has been held in Bewerley Park ever since. We are proud of this more. . .


We are sure that you will need no introduction to ‘Pateley Show’, which continues to be one of North more. . .