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December 4, 2019

Slaley Show cancelled

From the BBC Weather puts a dampener on Slaley Show One of the region's oldest country shows has fallen victim to wet weather, even before it arrives.The Slaley Show in Northumberland is more than 170 years old but this Saturday's show has been cancelled.With heavy rain and high winds forecast for tomorrow organisers fear the show ground will be unfit for use.They say they've taken the decision for the sake of the public, traders, and animals due to attend....

August 10, 2019

Look at our lovely gallery

just click on the gallery and see if you recognise anyone...

August 5, 2019

Catherine's Little List ......

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August 2, 2019

Jam Jars at home

There are little jobs, which could be done at home ·       Filling jam jars with garden flowers ·       Putting results onto a spreadsheet ·       Making buttonholes...

August 1, 2019

Help Needed

Can to help?...

August 1, 2019

can your family make a scarecrow?

if the day seems damp and its difficult to find a project for the children, why not make a scarecrow to enter into the Children's section of Slaley Show?...

August 1, 2019

Our lovely Trade and Craft area is full

Come Rain or Shine, with more than 30 Trade and Craft stands at the Show, there is a full day of interest and foody delight to be enjoyed at the Show this year. Buy seriously succulent sausages, fabulous artisan breads, jams and cakes. Begin your Christmas shopping by buying really different jewellery and silverware. Treat a friend to a locally crafted gift. When you feel the need for a new energy, treat yourself to a massage while dreaming of a hog roast or a delicious home made ginger beer.&nb...

July 31, 2019

Can you help?

Volunteers Welcome            Putting the show on is a joint effort by many people, and new volunteers are always welcome.   There are jobs to do on the evenings in the run up to the show – Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th August, then all day on Friday 9th August.  Any help, even just for an hour, would be much appreciated.  If you would like to be involved on the day, we also are looking for  helpers with taking money o...

July 30, 2019

Last Chance to Sponsor ......

Could you sponsor the Walking Stick classes.   Call Stella 01434673001...

July 30, 2019

Countdown to the Show

By now, you should be starting to see the signs going up for this year’s show.  If you haven’t been before, it is worth a visit, especially for the stunning industrial marquee, which is crammed full of people’s hard work - and children’s hard work too!  Around 2,500 people come to Slaley for the show, and get to enjoy the views we have all year round!  Adults pay £7, OAPs £5 and under 12s are free. This year, we are having Falconry Days displaying their .... falcons, haw...

July 26, 2019

Look at our lovely Showground Map

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July 24, 2019

077786 811 264 for the Horse and Pony Secretary

Laura's number is wrong in the Schedule .... this is the right one....

July 22, 2019

Pot Plants in Bloom

Do you have a beloved pot plant to share and show with Slaley folk? Why not enter classes 21 - 33?SCHEDULES & ENTRY FORMS...

July 21, 2019

How does your garden grow?

Are your Sweet Peas blooming? Are your Dahlias delightful and your Gladioli glorious? Can you cut  some flowers for the Cut Flower classes in the Horticultural Section? Entries are unlimited and at 40p each the more you enter the more likely that you can win the Trygill Perpetual Trophy for the most points in the Cut Flower classes: for entry forms click here SCHEDULES & ENTRY FORMS...

July 20, 2019

Chuffed with your Chutney?

Have you had a glut of berries and currants this year? Is your marmalade magic? Are you chuffed with your chutney? Why not enter the Slaley Show Preserves Classes this year? Just go to the Schedules page on the website where there is information and an entry form....

July 20, 2019

Celebrating 160 Years of Slaley Show

This year we celebrate the 160th Slaley Show. Our long history has seen many changes from its start in 1848, with four classes – Flowers, Fruits, Vegetables and Farmers. Fifty years on, butter and produce were added and the changes continued, to include a shepherds’ gathering and cow and calf event, to finally evolving into the format that you see today. Nevertheless, the committee continues to promote the best of local skills, produce and activities to celebrate all that is great about our ...

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