Annual Whalton Village Show
Whalton Village Show is held every September, and the date for 2018 is Saturday 15th September.
A fantastic day out for all the family. Join us in Whalton, Northumberland (NE61 3XH) for our annual Village Show which brings together fantastic entertainment, which this year includes the return of Mark Wylie and the "Drakes of Hazzard". Also this year we are thrilled to have the McGuiness School of Irish Dance amazing us with their talented dancers.
Each year we welcome from near and far, a vast array of fabulous classic cars which are admired by all. The Village Hall hosts the locally grown (and baked) goods which are entered into the produce competition. Anyone is welcome to bring along their own entry - see the list of classes - there is something for everyone.
Of course, there is the famous and equally thrilling Sheep Racing, where we run heats for the fastest sheep over the hurdles and round the ring. Come and have a flutter at the Tote.
Bring your dog and enter into the popular dog show - you may be taking home the Best in Show award.
Loads of trade stands, lots to see, lots to do, eat and buy.
It really is a lovely friendly day out in the Country. We hope to see you there.
Ticket Prices: £6 adults, £3 children, £4 concessions, £15 family (2 adults, 2 children)
Classic Car booking form can be downloaded here and entry to the Show is free for one Classic Car driver and passenger booked in advance. Download Car Booking Form
Trade Stands can apply to be part of the Show by downloading, completing and returning the Trade Stand booking form here. Closing date 31st August 2018. Download Trade Stand Application Form
The Produce Classes are open to everyone and the Schedule of Classes for which entries are welcome and prizes are awarded can be viewed here. Details of how to enter can also be found in that document.
The Dog Show starts at 1pm. Entries are on the day and £1 per class.
Highlights of 2017 are illustrated here. Profits from the Show are divided between the Whalton Primary School, Whalton Village Hall and Whalton’s St Mary Magdalene Church.