About the Show

About the show

Held in July each year this is one of the longest running shows in Staffordshire.

 

A full day at the Show includes professional main arena entertainers, a live music stage, side entertainments, family fun dog show, amusements, artisan market and trade stalls plus non-commercial stands. Entries into the competitive classes all displayed in the main marqueé.

There is always a good range of refreshments available including a licensed bar so come and join us for breakfast, lunch or a special treat. 

Main Ring Entertainment is a large part of the afternoon, and over the years Kings Bromley has maintained a high standard of professional entertainers. Main ring entertainments usually begin around noon with time allowed during the afternoon for Children’s Races.

Side Entertainments go on around the Showfield and include a dedicated area for the family fun Dog Show.

Competitive Classes are a major part of the Kings Bromley Show.  It’s great fun to take part, so why not enter some of the classes – there’s something for everyone. Click here for a full schedule of all the competitive classes.

  • Competitive Marquee. Displays all the extensive competitive entries in Art, Cookery, Flowers, Fruit, Photography, Vegetables and Young Crafts.  There is also a Craft Exhibition to view.  The marquee is closed to allow judging to take place  between 10.00am – 1.00pm when it opens for viewing all afternoon.  Prizes and awards are presented from 3.45pm.
  • Dog Show. The family orientated fun Dog Show is a firm favourite.  There are classes purely for pedigree dogs but most are for fun e.g. the most handsome dog, the best veteran dog or the waggiest tail.  Entries can be made on the day from 11.00am with judging commencing promptly at 12noon
  • Treasured Vehicles is another popular section and brings in many and varied vehicles for visitors to browse around and chat to the owners for most of the day.

Stands.  From 10 am there is always a good variety of stands to browse around and we try not to have too many of one kind.  For information on booking a stand please click here.

  • Amusements and Children’s Rides keep the youngsters happy and quite a lot of the adults too, with old fashioned fairground rides and stalls as well as the more modern ideas.
  • Food & Beverage Stands. There is always a good variety of high quality food and drink available including a licensed bar.
  • Non-commercial Stands offer a chance to see the work of various organisations, which can be fun and very informative.
  • Trade Stands add variety to the Show and give a browsing as well as a buying opportunity.
  • The Artisan Market offers a wonderful array of distinctive, quality artisan craft and produce items. 
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