Win tickets to the 2015 Burwarton Show


Runner-up in the Farmers Guardian 2015 Show Business competition, Burwarton Show, is giving away three family passes allowing up to two adults and three children into the event taking place on August 6.

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Burwarton Show

From an action packed main ring schedule to the very popular shearing competition, organisers say there is something for everyone to see and do, with this year’s event promising to be one of the biggest and best yet.

As a truly agricultural show, the livestock is a particular highlight with livestock entries now coming in quickly, organisers are expecting a fantastic show of cattle, sheep, pigs and heavy horses. 

Livestock entries deadline

If you haven’t yet entered, it’s not too late to do so, entries close on 29 July. Please go to www.burwartonshow.co.uk for a full schedule and entry form.

Ticket giveaway

To be in with a chance of winning a family members pass which allows up to two adults and three children into the one-day event, Click Here to enter the free prize draw.

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