This year we have tiered the pricing for the trade stands to reflect the position within the Showground, so that traders can have some choice as to where they will be positioned (defined areas only – not specific places within those areas).
Following on from last year, we also are offering the chance to keep the cost as low as is possible by offering the early bird discount!
Please click here for the booking form.
We are very pleased to announce that we are now taking bookings for our Artisan Food Hall for the 2019 Show.
If you have some exciting artisan food or drink and would like to join us at the 2019 Show, then please complete our on-line booking form.
From midnight on Friday on line ticket prices will increase to be the same as those on the gate, so book early for that discount!
This year we have two new exciting attractions for young and old alike:
Laser Clay Shooting: – Try to marksmanship skills in this safe but exciting version of clay pigeon shooting.
Laser Tag: – A great way for the youngsters to expel some energy in this fun and action packed game of full of strategy and heroic moves.
Roger Butler from the Society went along to present Vicki Mason from St Michael’s Hospice a donation from the Society following the success of the 2017 Show.
St. Michael’s Hospice was established in 1991 by a committee led by former Mayor Margaret Weston. Their mission was simple, to offer a choice and understanding of complex conditions in the dying. Over 25 years later, and caring for over 500 patients a year across the community, St. Michael’s leads the provision of the highest quality palliative care throughout North Hampshire and offers more choice than ever. The spirit, ambition and drive presented by the founding committee continue in their staff to this day and remain at the heart of all their work.
Swallowfield Horticultural Society, the organiser of the Swallowfield Show, is very proud to announce that it has received a 2018 Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.
The citation for the award reads:
“Promoting gardening and organising events for the benefit of the community and local charities”
Receipt of this award is testament to the enthusiasm, hard work and dedication of members of the Society, volunteers and friends over many years of successful events and activities.
Thank you to everyone who has been involved.
Thanks to the hard work of our Treasurer and Webmaster, we are very pleased to announce that we have been very fortunate to have been awarded a Lottery Grant which will enable us to really revamp the entrance gate at the Show, enabling people to pay by credit / debit card (inc contactless) as well as take advance purchase tickets at any queue.
By utilising Ipads and printers, connected via a 4G wifi router we hope to make the entrance to the Show as smooth as it possibly can be.
The Society were very pleased to be able to present a cheque to Ufton Adventure. Mary Bayliss and Graham Stanley went along to present the charity with their cheque:
Ufton Adventure raises the aspiration and attainment of disadvantaged and disabled children through outdoor learning in our woodland cabins and grounds. Through repeated residential visits, the young people that visit them develop skills to meet the challenges they face at home and in school, returning as more successful learners.
The Society recently made a donation to the Peter Samuel Charitable Trust. Here you can see Val Payne presenting the cheque to Lord Bearsted on 24th May.
Lord Bearsted has been very generous to the Society in making land available in Swallowfield Park for the annual Swallowfield Two-day Show
We are now starting to take any booking for competition entries for the 2018 Swallowfield Show.
Click here to see the 2018 2 Day Schedule
HERE for the entry form
We look forward to seeing your entry!