2019 Other Show Attractions
The Discovery Zone!
As in previous years, the Discovery Zone at Tockwith Show will feature crafts with a science & rural theme which children (and adults!!) will be encouraged to participate in.
Exhibitors include Yorkshire Hurdles, Animals-In-Tuition and Jo Barrett Feltmaking.
RIGGMOOR REINDEER & CO – MINIATURE PETTING FARM
Riggmoor Reindeer are bringing their Miniature Farm to the 2019 Tockwith Show. You will have the opportunity to meet miniature ponies, baby lambs and ducklings. Remember to wash your hands after touching the farm animals! http://www.riggmoorreindeer.co.uk/
The Dairy Experience (supported by Arla). Local farmers the Hildreths will be bringing a dairy cow to promote and educate on dairy farming.
All aspects of the Discovery Zone are free to everyone who wishes to have a go!!
New for 2019
Wighill Park Guns
Wighill Park Guns is a leading supplier in air guns and related accessories. In addition to all the usual services we will now be stocking and providing specialist advice in firearms, shotguns and ammunition.
They will be running a 15m air gun range next to the Archery.
Returning for 2019 – Archery
Learn the basics with St George’s Archery Club
Kirkbourne Dog Scurry – All Day
Once again it is being run by Darren Kirk of Kirkbourne Spaniels from Penrith.
A scurry is run under the stop watch. The fastest dog wins at the end of the day with prizes down to 3rd place. Each dog will be timed and will have to complete 3 retrieves. The clock is stopped every time the dog comes back to the handler. Any dog can enter there are no restrictions on this. The fastest dog wins!
The President’s Charity Auction
17.00 in the Farmers Market Marquee
This is your opportunity to bid for some of the items that have been on display in the various Show marquees and have then been donated to the auction by there owners. All proceeds from the auction will go to this years President’s nominated charities. Follow the link below for more information.
Other Attractions Include
Cookery demonstrations and talks in the Farmers Market Marquee including Deifresh celebrity chef Robert Ramsden
10.30. – Delifresh
11.15. – Parched Tea
12.00. – Wharfe Valley Farms
12.45. – Delifresh
13.30. – Parched Tea
14.15. – Wharfe Valley
15.00. – Delifresh
A variety of demonstrations will take place in the Working Crafts Marquee throughout the day.
Food Lovers Raffle – Prizes include luxury food and drink hampers and vouchers for dining experiences at various local establishments.
Church Service of Holy Communion in the Church Marquee on the Show Field at 10.30
SHIRE & HEAVY HORSES
SHEEP & PIG EXHIBITION/COMPETITIONS
COMPANION DOG SHOW (Held under Kennel Club Rules)
FUR & FEATHER MARQUEE
VINTAGE TRACTOR/MACHINERY SECTION
PRE & POST WAR MOTOR VEHICLE SECTION
YORKSHIRE COUNTRYWOMEN’S ASSOCIATION MARQUEE
“THE TOCKWITH FESTIVALS BAR” (all profits go to local causes)
WETHERBY SILVER BRASS BAND
LARGE CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA
OVER 60 TRADE STANDS
HORSE & PONY SHOWING (From 8.30 in the main ring)
SHOW JUMPING (Pony and Horse) (From 9am in the Show Jumping rings)
FLAT CAP CHUCKING (Wetherby Lions)