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Uffington White Horse Show - Bank Holiday weekend 27th & 28th August

on Sun, 27/08/2017 - 10:00am
 August Bank Holiday weekend - Sunday 27th & Monday 28th August  - Gates open 10am - Uffington 

So much more for 2017!!

Organised by the Animal Welfare Trust, Newbury Branch.
Please bring your dog along and enter – all dogs are welcome!
All your favourite rides, traditional and new.
With the Ukey Dukes, Wantage Silver Band and Kidlington Concert Brass.
With Professor Crump, Juggling John and arts and crafts with Annabelle’s Nursery.
From fish & chips to the specialities of The Wandering Feast, Pizza Sole Luna, California Taco  plus a bar and Prosecco stand.
HAVE-A-GO COUNTRY PURSUITS –  in a fantastic (and safe) setting looking up to the White Horse Hill
This is one of the busiest attractions with novices through to experienced hands taking part.
Last year visitors supported the National Trust in protecting the real chalk Horse by joining us in recreating a large scale version on the showground. Let’s do it again in 2017!

Ticket Info:-

  • Adults £12
  • Children 5 – 16 £4
  • Below 4 Free

Gates open 10am, main attractions start from 10.30am. Show continues into Sunday evening (fun-fair, bar, live music & food available) and closes Monday 5.30pm.

We can accept credit and debit cards (not american express)

This is a country based show and as such is weather dependent but we haven’t had to cancel the Show for 40 years of running it. Attraction listing may be liable to change.

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Our History:-
The Uffington White Horse Show is a traditional two day country show which takes place every year over August Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday. It offers a wide range of attractions for families and people of all ages including arena events, craft stalls, animals, historic vehicles and much, much more.
The Show is located in fields overlooked by the famous bronze age figure of the Uffington White Horse, which is over 3,000 years old.
The Show was started over forty years ago by local villagers to raise funds to replace the Village Hall in Uffington. This was achieved in 1975 when the Thomas Hughes Memorial Hall was officially opened. Since then the show has continued to support local associations and charities through the White Horse Show Charitable Trust.
Our motto is “Countryside, Family and Fun” and our objective is to bring those enjoyments to as wide a group of people as possible.