113th Camelford Agricultural Show

Wednesday 14th August 2019

Visitors   Exhibitors   Traders   Sponsors

Rural Tradition – Family Fun

A haven for enthusiasts of rural life and a great day out for all the family.

Livestock & agriculture is at the heart of the show and the Grand Parade features prize winning animals but there’s entertainment for the kids and a range of great local food and drinks to enjoy.

Competitions

Celebrating the very best of British Farming, heritage and the countryside.

The show is exceptionally popular with livestock exhibitors across a wide range of breeds & classes but there are many other events that you can enter too.

Trade Stands

Some great trading opportunities – whether you are selling artistan crafts, produce or services.

Our internal & external trading areas offer great flexibility for both small and large traders.

Sponsors

Become part of our success and promote your business at the show.

Attracting thousands of visitors, the Camelford Show is a great event for building relationships and your brand’s reputation.

Latest News

Spring Ball is Coming!

On February 16th Camelford Show will be hosting a Spring Ball at Tintagel Brewery. We will have the Live band Strawdogs Party Band to entertain you and a buffet supper. This is a black tie/smart dress event. Tickets costs £20 and are available from Beth on 07483964125...

Camelford Show 2019

We're delighted to announce that the 113th Camelford Agricultural Show will be held on Wednesday the 14th August 2019. For well over a century the Camelford and District Agricultural Association has celebrated agriculture and rural life within the county of Cornwall....

Vintage Class

As ever, for all you petrol heads out there, there will be an eclectic gathering of rare, unusual and classic tractors, motorbikes and military vehicles. The care and attention that goes into maintaining and showing off some of these wonderful machines arguably rivals...

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