Another show is over!
Thank you to everyone who came to the 2015 Bucks County Show.
We hope you enjoyed your day as much as we did.
Most of our results are now online via the results tab in the menu.
Save the date:
The 2016 Bucks County Show will
be on 1st September.
Bucks TV have produced a great 2015 Show Review video.
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Welcome to Bucks County Show 2015
Weedon Park, situated on the outskirts of Aylesbury town, is home to the 148th Bucks County Show on Thursday 27th August 2015. The Bucks County Show is one of the best one day agricultural shows in the country and one of Buckinghamshire’s main summer attractions.
This year in the Main Ring we are excited to welcome back the Bolddog Lings Freestyle Stunt Team who will perform twice in the Main Ring. Only recently they stared on ITV’s ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ and we are delighted that they will be showing us their amazing tricks.
The ever popular Sheep Show returns to provide both humorous and educational entertainment which stars the ever incredible ‘dancing sheep’.
Once again there will be some sixty cattle classes and over thirty sheep classes where some of the best livestock in the country can be seen.
The Aberdeen Angus Society has nominated the Bucks County Show as one of their shows for the 2015 Aberdeen Angus Show Herd of the Year Competition.
The Wiltshire Horn Sheep Society will also be holding their first ‘National Show’ at the Bucks County Show. There are around eighty equine classes including qualifiers for the Horse of the Year Show and the Royal International Horse Show.
The Home and Garden marquee is filled with entries from people demonstrating their skills in cooking, wine making, photography, flower arranging, handicrafts and flower and vegetable growing.
There are over two hundred trade stands, Shopping Marquee, a new larger Food Hall, Rural Craft Marquee and an entertaining Countryside Area with many demonstrations showing the rural way of life.
The Show tries to provide a mixed agenda packed with competitions, displays and breathtaking events whilst aiming to demonstrate traditional Buckinghamshire rural and agricultural activities.
There is something for all the family to enjoy so why not come along and end the summer holidays with a fantastic family day out at the Bucks County Show.