This Year's Show


Our main ring is always sight to behold. In the main ring this year will be The English School of Falconry who will be displaying with several different species and audience participation. You will also get a chance to have a closer look at the birds and chat with the falconers at the static display over by the farmyard ring.

Will's Working Spaniels will be giving a training display along with the exhibits from around the rally field parading throughout the day.

Don’t worry if you miss some of the displays in the morning as they will be repeated in the small ring later in the day.

There will also be Heavy horse displays showing of the beautiful giants with various implements as well as a chance to have ago at long reining a Heavy Horse to really get the feel of the power and strength behind them.

Banham Horses Woodforde Horses

We have the Suffolk & Norfolk Tractor Pullers back again, along with plenty more to see and do for all the family


Over in the small ring you could also see displays, in case you miss them in the main ring. There are often chainsaw carving and Gundog training displays along with the exhibits from around the rally field parading throughout the day.


Join us Sat 20th July as we keep gates open until 8pm. Our Outdoor Stage runs from 5pm to midnight (weather permitting, times approx)

£10 per car (£5 single occupancy)

See the showman’s engines lit up, the fairground, vintage carousels, bar, and music from:

D-Day Darlings

Other Attractions:

Over 140 tractors attend the event each year. There are parades of steam traction engines and steam lorries, vintage tractors and fire engines. You can see working steam-powered farmyard machines, a full sized steam train on rails, a model steam train (which takes passengers around a track) and small steam models including boats on a pond. There are also static displays of vintage cars, motorbikes and military vehicles.

The working areas will be in full swing showing you how the engines were used in times gone by. Look out for road making, stone crushing, threshing, milling and wood sawing demonstrations.

Our helicopter flights have proved to be popular way to get a birds-eye view of the whole show and some of the surrounding area. We also have old time fairground rides as well as new rides, bouncy castles, archery, tank rides, and many other bits and pieces to keep each member of the family entertained. There are craft marquees and many trade stands to wander around at your leisure. We also work with the local community to provide free entertainment for children over in the Hub with a fenced-in safety zone by the main ring, alongside a number of museums and local organisations who host displays and interactive amusements.

We have two bars on the showground, the Burrell Restaurant will be open all day and evening, and a number of catering stands, which are dotted around the showground, for less formal meals and snacks. If you just fancy relaxing with a cold beverage with a lovely view of the main ring whilst listening to some music then the bar tent is the place to be.