Whats on
Next Show
11th July 2022

WHAT'S ON

For full timetables, get your catalogue or show guide on the day!

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Animals

All creatures great and small!

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Live Music

Main Stage & Buskers’ Corner

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Main Parade

Cattle Parade

Showjumping

In the Main Ring

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Competitions

Showcasing the very best!

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Trade Stalls

Shopping & craft stalls

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Exhibition Ring

Displays & Demonstrations

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Sunflower Trail

A free adventure for children

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Steam & Vintage

A step back in time...

Taste of Cornwall

Celebrating local produce

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Countryside Area

Rural crafts & skills

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Fairground

The fair has come to town!

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Take the children on an adventure with our...

Sunflower Trail

Pick up an exciting Sunflower Trail from the main gates and travel the showground to try new activities. Collect stamps along the way for a free rosette at the end of the day!

What's On in the...

Exhibition Ring

  • Cornish Wrestling
  • Cornish Shinty
  • Feadon Farm Wildlife Centre
  • Gundogs

What's On in the...

Countryside Area

  • Thatcher
  • Blacksmiths
  • Basketry
  • Cornish Hedge and Wildlife
  • Woodcarving
  • Woodturning
  • Bee Keeping
  • Saddlery
  • Muzzle Loaders Association of Great Britain (MLAGB)

Fantastic, local performers...

Live Music

Bandstand:

St Stythians Band will play throughout the day.

16.30 - Oll an Gwella

17.15 - Whippletree Ceilidh Band

Main Stage:

Sponsored by Kelly’s of Bodmin & Victoria Ling of Vision Financial Planning M.C. Andy Marshall

10.15 - Jumping Out Duo

11.00 - Stithians Male Voice Choir (Guest Conductor – Alastair Taylor)

11.45 - Mavericks Line Dancers

12.15 - Oll an Gwella

13.00 - Ritzy Belles

13.45 - Whippletree Ceilidh Band

14.30 – 14.45 - Scarecrow Festival Prize Winners Presentation

14.45 - Stithians Male Voice Choir (Guest Conductor – Alastair Taylor)

15.30 - Akoustek

16.15 - Andy Marshall

Buskers’ Corner:

12.00 - Fourthought (Sax Quartet)

13.00 - Duncan Gee

14.00 - Pendans

15.15 - Stithians Ukulele Group

16.15 - Duncan Gee

All timings subject to alteration if events so dictate.

After Show Evening Concert

Monday 11th July - In the Farmers' Kitchen at 8 p.m.

St. Stythians Band

(Musical Director: James Burns)

The Celtic Male Ensemble

(Musical Director: Alastair Taylor

Compere: Adrian Wilton)

Admission £7 on the door

  • Cook? Sew? Make? Grow?
  • Whatever your passion, we'll have a class for you!
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An amazing array of...

Animals

Cattle, Sheep & Goats • Horses & Jumping

Cavies (Guinea Pigs)

Dog Show and Dog Agility • Rare Breeds

Pigeons & Cage Birds