Why Exhibit At The Show?
Tens of thousands of people from all walks of life flock to the Camelford Agricultural Show each year.
They enjoy the finest food, the best of countryside pursuits, a unique shopping experience as well as the chance to get up close to pedigree farm animals, horses and rare breeds of every shape and size.
We offer a unique sales platform for businesses of all sizes and have a proven track record of delivering customers, new and returning.
Further information about exhibiting is detailed below. When the Entry Forms for 2019 become available you can download and submit or complete the adjacent form and we will post or email to you.
If you would like to bid to have your mobile food stand at the Show please, in the first instance, email details to the Show Secretary at email@example.com
Request Your Exhibit Entry Form
Trader Entry forms for the 2019 show will be available for download on this site early in 2019. You can also request these forms now by filling out the form below and we will mail or post to you once they’re ready!
Outside Trade Exhibits
Please ensure when booking space on which a tent is to be erected to allow at least 0.5m for guide ropes each side, so as not to overlap onto a neighbouring stand. Exhibitors will be responsible for their litter and water.
Outside: 10m depth, Frontage required at £ 12.00 per metre £36.00 minimum). Half metre £6
All stands must be set up by 8.30 am of Show morning. Due to safety reasons no vehicles will be permitted to move in the Trade Stand Area between 9 am and 5 pm on Show day.
The Association will not be responsible for loss or damage sustained by the Exhibitors other than loss or damage caused by the negligence of the Association itself. All trade stands must produce either a Public Liability Certificate, Safety Certificate or Health & Hygiene Certificate, whichever appropriate. A Risk Assessment must also have been done. These will be checked by our Health & Safety Officer.
Note: The Association will allot spaces for exhibition which must be adhered to and reserves the right to cancel and annul any exhibit that they consider objectionable or inappropriate. The “pitching” of goods is prohibited. No BB Guns or other weapons to be sold at the Show or given away.
The Association will allocate spaces to the best of their ability, taking into account the expected requirements of each exhibitor. The decision of the Director of Showyard shall be final and binding in all cases.
BEST OUTSIDE TRADE STAND: A perpetual trophy and rosette will be awarded to the Best Outside Trade Stand. VINTAGE CUP awarded for Best Vintage Item on Stand, judged from all Stands
Entry forms and full fees must be forwarded no later than 15th July 2019 to:
Mrs Y. White, Higher Tredundle, Egloskerry, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 8SQ
Tel No: 01566 86682 / 07909 501544
Please send SAE for passes. (1 pass with every 3m booked) Extra passes available at £5 each with your booking.
Inside Trade Exhibits
One pass per table or space. Two passes per corner space. Additional passes available £5.00 each. Please state number required on this form.
Table Numbers and entry passes will be sent 7 to 10 days before the show.
- 6’ tables £30.00 each
- 6’ space £25.00 each
- Corner space £60.00 each (Check availability)
Please Note: Tables and table spaces will be allocated by the secretary strictly on a first come first served basis. Exhibitors who wish to be placed in a specific area or next to another exhibitor should mark their request clearly in red ink on the form.
NO FOOD, DRINKS OR SWEETS TO BE SOLD ON STANDS WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE SECRETARY.
BEST TRADE STAND: A perpetual trophy and rosette for the Best Inside Trade Stand. VINTAGE CUP for Best Vintage Item on Stand judged from all Trade Stands. Rosette for best Food Hall Stand.
Entry forms and full fees must be forwarded no later than 19th July 2019 to:
Ann Hayne, Rest Holme, Trewassa, Davidstow, Camelford, PL32 9YG
NB: No Passes Or Information Will Be Returned Unless A Stamped Addressed Envelope Is Enclosed.
All Stand Exhibitors Must Follow The Steward’s Instructions
All Competitors and Exhibitors must make themselves fully aware of and implement health and safety standards at Agricultural Shows in accordance with guidance notes issued by Health and Safety HM Agricultural Inspectorate and obtainable from HMSO.