Come and enjoy Nidderdale’s Big Day Out ………. Monday 21st September 2015
‘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.
Don’t miss our fantastic 2015 Main Ring Attraction -
Remarkable feats of gymnastic, acrobatic and equestrian skills on display. The incredible level of communication between Rosie and her horses Casper and Tinker will have you enthralled from start to finish. Plus meet and greet sessions – ask questions and interact with Rosie and her equine friends!
Advance notice of Art, Handicraft, Photography, & Preserve Classes ..
To give potential exhibitors plenty of time to get ready for the show, some of the classes have now been announced. Click here for further details.
2015 Show Schedule and Entry Forms available in July.
Harness racing returns to Nidderdale
Friday 31st July 2015
Bewerley Park, Pateley Bridge
6 pm – 9 pm
All surplus proceeds will go to
Yorkshire Air Ambulance
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Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Goats,
Horses, Show Jumping,
Fur & Feather,
Young Farmers Competitions,
Dog Show, Sheep Dog Trials,
Dry Stone Walling,
ATV Manoeuvrability Test,
Childrens’ Art & Pet Classes,
Horticulture & Farm Crops,
Home Produce, Handicrafts
Lofthouse & Middlesmoor Band
St Cuthbert’s School Band
Pateley Pantry Marquee
Vintage Tractors & Machinery
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. . .