Edenbridge & Oxted Agricultural Show

What’s at the Show

Every member of the family wants to do something different on a Bank Holiday and at the Edenbridge & Oxted Agricultural Show they can.  Whether you want to try out a new sport, enter your dog for the Dog Show, try a local tasty treat, watch competitions and spectacles in the six show rings, listen to live music, learn about gardening, keeping poultry, bees and rabbits, see the biggest collection of cattle in the South East of England, get up close to farm animals and pets,  marvel at wonderful  flowers, fruit and vegetables, ogle enviously at stylish sports cars of a bygone era, shop for a piece of garden furniture or just sit with a picnic there is something for everyone at your community Show. And don’t forget that children go for free (accompanied by an adult ticket purchaser within the party).

The 2017 Show includes:

  • Close-up encounters with animals including Alpacas, Bats, Bees, Cattle, Dogs, Donkeys, Falcons, Ferrets, Goats, Guinea Pigs, Hawks, Horses,  Llamas, Mules, Owls, Ponies, Poultry, Rabbits and Sheep. 
  • Heavy Horse Village
  • Horse drawn Coaches
  • Children's Cookalong
  • Horticultural Marquee
  • Best of British fare in Food Hall
  • Sheep Show
  • Vintage and Historic Cars and Farm Machinery
  • Dog Show and Terrier racing (Mon)
  • Fairground Rides
  • Crafts Marquee
  • Over 300 shops and specialist outlets
  • Show jumping
  • Archery and Clay Shooting
  • Flyfishing Tutorials
  • Refreshments and Licensed Bars
  • Live Bands
  • Gundog Demonstrations
  • Clowns and One Man Band
Book your advance tickets here - The friendly atmosphere at our show is legendary!

Your show

Admission prices held for a third year running and children go free.  At your community show, everyone can have a go, learn, watch, enjoy; there's an adventure for all the family.

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Special membership privileges make it a surprisingly cost-effective way to enjoy and support your community Show.

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