Planning is well advanced for this year’s Burwarton Show with applications for tradestand, food hall, shopping arcade, craft market & demonstrations and the conservation area coming in. The closing date for receipt of these applications if 31 March so please ensure you meet this deadline to be considered for allocation of exhibitor space.

All equine and livestock judges are now booked with Schedules under preparation. These will be available from 1 May either direct from the Show office or as a download. All previous year exhibitors/competitors will be mailed a copy direct. The closing date for receipt of entries is 4 July and no entries will be received after this date.

Main ring attractions this year will include:

ATKINSON ACTION HORSES who are making their first visit to the Show. They have spent the past twenty years training horses and riders for film and TV with recent credits from Poldark, Victoria and Peaky Blinders. The riders will demonstrate astounding acrobatics, tricks and stunts. The show also includes a short but stunning section dedicated to the art of Liberty.

Ye Olde Redtail Falconry Display (Ray & Wendy Aliker) with their inter-active stunning falconry displays make a welcome return to the Show. Their displays will include inter-active displays where children are invited into the ring to get close to these majestic birds.

Other attractions around the showground will include

The Aldabra Giant Tortoise display which makes a welcome return following their success last year. Definitely not to be missed.

The Amerton Arts Studio will return to the Conservation area with their magic wand workshop running all day.

Pentabus Theatre will also be returning and are working on their activities just now.

The Panic Family Circus will be entertaining the youngsters again in the Children’s Play area.

The ever popular Village Green programme will include Magic Russ, Punch & Judy, Helen Pearson (singer) and the Church Stretton Accordion Band.

So much to see and do to keep our visitors occupied all day long so make sure you note the date of THURSDAY 1 AUGUST in your diaries.

Children aged 11 years and under admitted to the show free of charge provided they are accompanied by a paying adult.


Originating from the Seychelles, these giant tortoises are rarely seen outside zoos with males weighing up to 31 stone and 1.2metres in length.

A definite MUST SEE at the Show.

Our 2018 Show Highlights

Thank you to May Whiston Photography, Simon Curwen of T7proshot Photography, and Sean Farrall, Emotion Studios Photography for their photography services in 2018


Entertainment will include:

  • The Atkinson Action Horses
  • Ye Olde Redtail Falconry
  • The Aldabra Giant Tortoises
  • The Panic Family Circus
  • Village Green Programme


We are delighted to welcome Miss Margaret Deakin as our Vice President for 2019.

Margaret has been involved with the Show for very many years and we look forward to working with her again this year.


As we get more information and more entertainment confirmed we will post it here.

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2019 tickets

Save money buy your advanced tickets.

Available from 1 April 2019.

Please note: tickets are a higher price on the day at the gate


Three Shires Cattle Trophy

The Three Shires Cattle Trophy, in association with SELEKT, is a competition which gives farmers the chance to win a championship prize of £1000 and the coveted Three Shires Cattle Trophy.  Runners up will receive £350 and £150 respectively. Points towards the championship will be awarded at three premier agricultural shows.
NEW FOR 2018:  The Dairy exhibitor with the highest number of points will receive £250 and the Mary Oughton Memorial Trophy.

Collect points at:

  • Hanbury Show on Saturday 6th  July
  • Burwarton Show – Thursday 1st August
  • Moreton Show – Saturday 7th September

Please refer to Livestock exhibitors page for details.

We thank Nimrod Veterinary Products (SELEKT) for generously sponsoring this new prestigious competition.


The Society has awarded charitable grants to:

  • The Ludlow & District Beekeepers Association
  • Will Pugh, a student at Walford College
  • Cleobury Mortimer District Girlguiding
  • Brown Clee Young Farmers

General Information

DOGS:   Dogs are allowed on the main show field and in the horse field provided they are kept on a tight leash at all times but NOT in the Members Pavilion or grandstand seating area.  Dogs are NOT allowed in the Livestock area at any time.  This rule will be strictly regulated.

SHOW OPENING TIMES: 8.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m. 

CASH FACILITIES:  Please note there is no Cash Machine on the showground. However, we now take card payments at some of the entry booths.

CARERS POLICY: A carer accompanying a disabled person will be given free entry to the Show.

BABY CHANGING FACILITIES: Available on the showground by the Children’s Play Area.


Woodhouse Kerry Hill clinches top honours at Burwarton Show

A scorching hot Burwarton Show saw a championship winner from this year’s Royal Welsh go through as interbreed sheep champion. 

Oak Farm

Oak Farm is a working farming enterprise for adults with learning disabilities who live in South Shropshire. The farm is located in Ditton Priors and over the years has attracted interest and support from Burwarton Show and its Committee Members.

New Triple Crown for cattle with ‘X factor’

Three agricultural shows in the Midlands are joining forces to stage a new ‘Triple Crown’ competition for showing cattle. Hanbury

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