Kilnsey Show in Upper Wharfedale
Ticketing and Entries:
Planning of this years show is continuing.....here's how you can ensure you get your place!
We are pleased to announce tickets will go live via the website on the 27th July 2021, this will close on the 17th August and is subject to availability.
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|Child under 5||Free|
Please note tickets on the gates on show day are subject to availability, we strongly advise pre booking your ticket before arrival.
|Child under 5||Free|
|Conistone Bridge Parking||£5.00|
|Ample FREE parking nearby|
Terms and conditions will be made available when tickets go on sale.
We're looking forward to welcoming you to the 2021 show!
Kilnsey Show August 31st 2021
We are please to announce that we are going to hold Kilnsey Show 2021 as planned!
Schedules and entry forms are now available on this website.
Entries will open on 27th July 2021 and close on 17th August 2021.
Next show: Tuesday 31st August 2021
Kilnsey Show first took place 1897 – Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee year. It’s keynote aim – as today – is to promote and showcase life and farming in the Yorkshire Dales, notably the breeding of livestock, along with crafts and rural traditions.
Well over a century on, Kilnsey Show & Sports, staged in the shadow of the famous Kilnsey Crag, has expanded and diversified to become one of the county’s largest one-day agricultural shows, one of the best known of its kind in the northern calendar, attracting competitors and visitors from near and far.
A great family day out, Kilnsey Show offers an enjoyable taste of life in the countryside. Keenly contested sheep and cattle classes are supplemented by horse events throughout the day – riding classes, shires, hunters, mountain and moorland; climaxing to a thrilling finish with harness racing. Our sheepdog trials attract many of the top dog handlers from all over the United Kingdom, supported by displays , demonstrations and attractions encompassing all aspects of agricultural and rural life.
There are also competition classes for produce, handicrafts, photography, art, flowers and flower arrangements, vegetables, walking sticks, vintage tractors, dry stone walling and farm crops. Up to 100 trade stands can also be found at Kilnsey. A food hall offering the best of regional produce is also available and well-known local chefs stage their cookery master-classes featuring a range of local produce.
Kilnsey Show offers all-round family appeal with much to interest our younger visitors, including our standalone Children’s Marquee, which offers a host of educationally-led activities.
Towards the end of the afternoon, Kilnsey Sports take centre stage, notably the famous fell races, involving the punishing ascent and descent of famous Kilnsey Crag, one of the toughest sporting challenges, followed by the thrilling excitement of the harness racing.
Please note NO dogs other than guide dogs are allowed on any part of the showfield. Competitive sheep dogs and working gundogs are restricted to their designated area only.
The Yorkshire Dales