The Moorgreen Show for me brings back fond memories of my childhood when we all visited as a family, my dad used to breed caneries so the marquee with all the birds in was his favourite. I also have vivid memories of sitting on straw bales around the arena watching the dogs shows and the horses but today the shows have been brought bang upto date with lots of fresh attractions such as digger dancing and falconary shows. This year see's the show's 160th event, which when you think about it is quite some achievement given some of the tough times we have been through.
Knot Just Jigs will be there, this our 4th year of attending the show and has always been one of our favourites! Its now one of my very own family traditions. Joining us this year are a couple of my friends and fellow crafters Lyndsay from www.prettybeautiful.co.uk and Christine from www.choklet.co.uk both very talented ladies who sell some gorgeous products!
If you get the chance to come along please dont be shy, come on over and say hello.
Show dates & Times: August Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday - August 30th and 31st 2009.
Moorgreen Show opens to the public at 9.00am each day and entertainment ceases at approximately 5.00pm.
Accompanied children (up to 16):
Unaccompanied children (up to 16):
The Moorgreen Country Show is a showcase of the area's rich rural heritage. Come and enjoy the Moorgreen experience, two days of entertainment and education packed in to a 40 acre showground.
The provisional programme includes:
Unaffiliated Show Jumping
The Drakes of Hazard Sheep Dog & Duck display
Hucknall Rolls-Royce Amateur Radio Club 'Special Event Station'
The Dancing Diggers
Birds of Prey
The South Notts Hunt Parade
Chinese Vegetable Carving
Cattle, Sheep and Goats
Glass Blowing craftsmen
Flower & Vegetable Show
CAMRA's 9th Nottinghamshire Real Ale Festival
Craft & Gift Marquee
and much much more............Come along, we hope to see you there !
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