The Essex Country Show and Festivals of Dogs with Festivals of Cars


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The show with something for everyone
Supporting local and Quintessentially British
29th and 30th September 10.00am to 5.00pm
Weald Country Park, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 5QS

The Essex Country Show is back in 2018 and if possible promises to be even bigger and better than last year with many new added attractions. We have many new and exciting attractions including the talented Jonathan Marshall from Game of Thrones and Poldark, the amazing James Hilary local Great British Bake Off Hero, the National Horseboarding Championships will be held at the show this year. This new growing exciting sport is on the rise and is great fun for the whole family. In main ring we also have the Wings of the World and the incredible motorbike Stunts from the one show. Don’t miss our Heavy Horses or logging display and our fantastic Birds of Prey displays.


Including our wonderful petting farm, stories from Dodger the Dog who was rescued by his mummy and he will be running free Arts and Crafts on his stand, Amazing Reptiles, learn all about our 60 year old tortoise Boris and so much more.


Medieval Archery will be at the show this year for all those budding Archers, Wrestling, Festivals of cars, Festivals for kids, the speed Chainsaw Carving Championships, loads of local community groups, the local Astronomical Society will be there for the public to have a go at looking at the sun and learn more about astronomy.

FESTIVALS OF DOGS – There will also be a fantastic Festivals of Dogs Area with dog rings with dog shows daily with over 22 classes all in aid of Charity, dog agility, flyball, dog shows run by local agility group and Dima from Britain’s Got Talent.

You will have the opportunity to hold a snake, bearded dragon or tortoise with Amazing Reptiles as well as Gemma’s petting farm which is a fabulous addition. Educational and fun.

Shop away with our wonderful lifestyle stands and be part of our food and drink market and we are delighted to have many local exhibitors attending.

New to the show this year is our Living History Camp with 18th century living and many age old techniques, cooking, making coins and how many people lived in the past.

Music again this year will come courtesy of the County’s most up and coming talent playing throughout the day with eight bands playing daily.

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