Come along and join the Parade around the main ring on Sunday 26th August. Dress up to look like a Victorian farm labourer or landowner or visitor to the Show in the days of Queen Victoria.
As Honda's official and the UK's number one motorcycle display team, the Bolddog Lings Team base their show around the world's largest and most sophisticated mobile landing system. The show features the UK's top-ranked freestyle motocross riders, incorporating the latest heart-stopping tricks.
Between displays the public are invited to the interactive stand, where they can get a closer look at the bikes and meet the riders.
The show is very proud to be able to boast one of the largest cattle entries in the country, visitors to the show are able to walk along the cattle lines and meet all different types of cattle exhibited at the show, from dairy to beef breeds.
New this year is a Cookery School for children, showing where the food comes from and how to combine basic ingredients to create delicious dishes, which, the young would-be chefs can take home to share with the family.
New for this year is a Cookery Roadshow with cookery demonstrations by TV chef Richard Fox. Demonstrations take the form of half hour sessions that are repeated throughout the day,
This section of the show includes many must see and do attractions. Including the display of Hounds, Terrier Show and Racing, Gundog demonstrations. Fly fishing tutorials, archery and clay pigeon shooting. You are bound to find something to keep the whole family amused!
The Crafts Marquee makes a welcome return to the Edenbridge & Oxted Show in 2012. The marquee will include displays of many individual artisan skills of the highest calibre. Carefully selected for their individuality of design, exhibitors are pleased to discuss their incredible talents to the discerning visitor. With light classical music being played by the resident pianist, the craft marquee should be put onto the list of “must sees” at this year’s show.
With today's emphasis on national and locally sourced produce and food, a visit to the Food Hall is a must.
At the south end of the showground we have the Heavy Horse Village, come and get face to face with these gentle giants, and watch as the exhibitors prepare them for the show ring, with not a hair out of place they are truly spectacular.
For all you petrol heads this section of the show is well worth a visit, come and see Edwardian Vintage, Post Vintage Thoroughbred and Classic Cars all displayed together.