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Welcome to the Hanbury Countryside Show

The 75th annual Hanbury Countryside Show will be held on Saturday 2nd July 2022, on the showground just off the B4090 at Hanbury, Hollowfields Road, B96 6RD.
 
The Show consists of an attractions arena, where you can view a main act, as well as the parade of historical vehicles and farming in action.  There is also a large horse show consisting of affiliated and non-affiliated classes, the event encompasses a broad range of equestrian disiplines from dressage to British Show Jumping. There will also be a display of pigs, sheep, cattle, goats and poultry.  
 
There will be a large shopping area, which includes a great range of stands selling food, drink, crafts and retail. The Children’s entertainment will include pets’ corner and fairground rides plus much more.
 
Alongside a very popular Fun Dog Show, the Forticorde Gun Dog Team run a scurry for your 4 legged friend to try. 
 
Hanbury Show is one of three shows within the neighbouring villages of Hanbury, Inkberrow (www.inkberrowshow.co.uk) and Feckenham (www.feckenhamhorseshow.com).  Held on 3 successive week-ends in mid-summer, this density of traditional one day “post & rope” local shows is hard to find in Britain today and indicates the strength of community and long standing traditions surviving in this corner of Worcestershire. Holding to the vision of the founder members, the show has involved the local community from the outset and only survives from the support of people from all walks of life willing to sacrifice their time to serve the show.
 
The boundaries between town and country are becoming less distinct, and although the population of the parish has remained relatively constant since the early 19th Century, the majority of the residents now commute to the local towns and cities. To accommodate this demographic change the original intent of holding a local event has now expanded to promote all aspects of rural living, crafts and industries and to foster the relationship between rural and urban communities.
 
The rural landscape is evolving and there is an increasing uptake in leisure and working lifestyles based in and around communities such as Hanbury. The resurgence in conservation and an increasing demand for products and foodstuffs produced within the locality or region has created a springboard for the show to expand and provide an opportunity for business and local organisations to showcase their products and services.

Useful Information

The primary elements of the Show are listed below:  

  • Arena Entertainment - TIMETABLE
  • Farming Village - Display of livestock  
  • Food and Local Produce 
  • Craft and Retail Trade Stands
  • Heavy Horses
  • Gun Dog Team Demonstrations
  • Fun Dog Show
  • Show Jumping and Hunter Classes
  • Vintage Vehicles
  • Steam Engines 
  • Childrens Rides and Amusements 
  • Catering & Bar
  • Live Music at the Bandstand
  • Farriery Competition

 Hanbury Countryside Show is a member of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations (ASAO).

 

Hanbury Countryside Show is a member of One Worcestershire

Hanbury Countryside Show chosen charity 2021 is the Midlands Air Ambulance.

  

The Hanbury Countryside Show is based on strong charitable principles. The Charitable Objectives listed in our Articles are listed below:  
 
1. To promote and encourage agriculture, horticulture, conservation, forestry and industry for the public benefit (in particular but not exclusively in the counties of Worcestershire and Warwickshire) and to improve and advance them in all their branches and in all trades, crafts and professions with them in an exclusively charitable manner, and
  
2. To advance education in connection with agriculture, horticulture, conservation, forestry and rural and traditional crafts and activities.

 

Registered Charity: 1160102

Raising funds for the continuation of the Hanbury Countryside Show to help support, promote and educate in agriculture

© Hanbury Countryside Show 2022