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A huge thank you to everyone who visited the Bucks County Show this year. Ourthanks go to all of our visitors, our exhibitors, our judges, volunteers and to everyone who entered one of our hundreds of competition classes.
Our thanks to Derek Pelling once again for capturing the day on camera. Click through to see our 2016 gallery.read more
Bring your cash and cards with you as you explore the variety of things for sale in our main shopping avenues. From sweets and toys to clothing and hats, paintings and crafts you can find it all at The 2016 Bucks County Show.read more
The Grand Parade will showcase all of the championship winners in the cattle and sheep classes. This is when you will see many of the cups being presented to the winners of their classes. It will take place in the Main Ring at 3.15pm and should not be missed!read more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : Day 28 – Watch the horse jumping and the accumulator finale
Come and see some international showjumpers! Showjumping classes will take place all day in Ring 5 with the Area Trial and do not miss all of the fun of the Accumulator in the Main Ringread more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : No. 27 – Visit the Cookery Theatre and learn a few tricks of the trade
Our Cookery Theatre keeps growing in popularity year on year. Make sure you check the schedule on the day so that you don’t miss out on the opportunity to see some experts at work in our mobile kitchen. Click to see a gallery of photos from last year.read more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : No. 26 – Come and watch the infamous Dog And Duck Showread more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : No. 25 – Visit the displays of modern day agricultural machinery
Come and learn the difference between a Mule and a Gator and discover what a Tedder and a Baler do at harvest time. No County Show, especially an agricultural show, would be complete without a large selection of modern day farm machinery on display. Click through to see a gallery of some of the equipment displayed in previous years.read more
Beat the queues and save money and buy your 2016 Bucks County Show Tickets online, save up to £9 on a family ticket. Click through for all the details.read more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : No. 24 – See the efforts of all of our home bakers in the Home & Garden Marqueeread more
We are pleased to announce the inaugural Bucks County Pie Competition run in conjunction with The Bell Hotel in Winslow.
Come and see how the professionals do it, and find out what makes a pie a pie!read more
The Old Farts would once again like to welcome you to our display on an area provided by the Bucks County Showread more
Cattle entries are once again strong for the 2016 Bucks County Show. We are also delighted to welcome to our Longhorn Exhibitors, a new class for the show this year. Click through to see a gallery from previous years.read more
Pie makers – The deadline for entries into the inaugural pie contest is tomorrow.read more
While you are out this weekend, you can buy your 2016 Bucks County Show tickets from one of our many retail outlets. We know not everyone likes to buy online, so we have all the following locations selling tickets.
Buckingham: The Old Gaol Museum, Market Hill.
High Wycombe: The Library, High Wycombe.
Marlow: Marlow Library, Institute Road, Marlow.
Risborough: Princes Risborough Library, Princes Risborough.
Wendover: Wendover Community Library, High Street.
Bellingdon End Farm Supplies, Bellingdon, Chesham.
G Grace & Son, 68 High Street, Tring.
Gary Smith Butchers, 62 High Street, Winslow.
The George & Dragon, Quainton.
Hunters Farm Shop, Behind McDonalds, Fenny Stratford.
Kings Eyecare & Eyewear, North Street, Leighton Buzzard.
Londis, Grendon Underwood.
NFU Aylesbury Branch, 3b Alton House Office Park, Gatehouse Way, Aylesbury.
Parrott Bros, Cublington Road, Whitchurch.
Scotts Trading Company, Market Square, Winslow.
Farmers Hounds are riden “Clean Boot” ie the scent of man. The pace is generally quicker and there is more jumping to be done, but for those who are less brave, a second field master provides an easier route across country. All followers, landowners and guests, both mounted and on foot, are invited to the “after meet” tea to share the fun and experience of the day. Come and see our various displays during the day.read more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : No. 18 – Feast your eyes on incredibly sized vegetables
Come and see the impressive product from our home horticulturists across Buckinghamshire, never before will you have seen such large leeks, onions and perfect carrots. Click through to see a gallery of the best from the last few shows.read more
Always a favourite with the children, come and see hawks, falcons and owls in action.read more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : No. 16 – Listen to The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
We are delighted to welcome The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals to the 2016 Bucks County Show. Make sure you are around for 1 of their 2 performances in the main show ring.read more
This year so far the confirmed marques that will be on show at the 2016 Bucks County Show are Honda, Nissan, Land Rover and Toyota. Show Day marks the first day of the new registration plates 66, and the UK car industry has been booming this year. Come and see the latest models on display and perhaps find your next new car.read more
Always a huge hit with our family visitors, make sure you get a seat early for The Sheep Show.
The Sheep Show is a humorous educational live stage show about sheep and wool.
Edu-tainment at it’s best. Nine breeds introduced onto their own stage and whatever you do, don’t miss the Dancing Sheep!read more
31 Things To Do At The 2016 Bucks County Show : No. 11 – Admire the talents of the Crafty people in Buckinghamshire
The people of Buckinghamshire are a crafty lot! Just take a look at our gallery of the amazing creations that have been displayed in our Home & Garden Marquee over the last few years. Click through to see the gallery on our website.read more