There are loads of fun ways to take part in Weardale Show so why not enter! You could bake a cake, enter your best veg or let your dog strut their stuff around the show ring. You can enter your sheep or cattle and there are are loads of classes for horse and pony enthusiasts. Want to try something different? Have a go at Quoits or Bale stacking. Want something to train for? Then have a go at the cross country run. See below for all the different ways to be part of the show

hay bales
Bale Stacking

Entry: On the day, children FREE!

Start: Children's Event follows the Children's Run
Adults event 4 p.m.


Entry: To Section Secretary before the show

Judging: Starts 11 a.m.

Childrens Races
Children's Pets

Entry: From 11 a.m. in the Secretary's tent. FREE

Judging: 12.00 p.m. in the Dog Ring

Note Pet Owners must be under 15 years old on Show day

Childrens Races
Children's Races

Entry: On the day, at the Secretary's tent, FREE!

Start: 3 p.m.

Cross Country Run
Cross Country Run

Entry: On the Day at the Secratary's tent

Start: 2 p.m.


Entry: 11-12.50 at the dog tent

Judging: Starts 1 p.m.

Dry Stone Wall
Dry Stone Walling

Entry: On the day

Start: 9 a.m.

Olympic rings
Farmers Olympics

Entry: On the day

Start: 4.30 p.m.

Who are the fittest farmers? For teams of two (>18 years old)

Gun dog scurry
Gun Dog Scurry

Entry: On the day, next to the Main Ring

Starts: 10 a.m. - 3.p.m.

Horse and Pony

Entry: By 22nd August ( except showjumping which can be entered on the day)

Starts: 08.30 in ring 1

Horticulture and Floral Art

Entry: In advance or on the day

Judging: 10:00


Entry: By 21.00 Friday 12 August

Judging: tbc

Produce and Handicraft

Entry: By 20th August (24th of August if collecting entry cards on the day)

Judging: 10 a.m.


Entry: On the day at the Quoits ring

Starts: 2 p.m.



Judging:11 a.m.

Teddy Bears & Cuddly Toys

Entry: From 11 a.m. in the Secretary's tent. FREE

Judging: 12.30 p.m.

Note open to all ages!