Malham Show to go ahead as planned
MALHAM Show will take place as usual, on Bank Holiday Saturday, the 25th August but, due to the current restrictions, without cattle and sheep.
Although the cattle and sheep will be missed this year, there remain many other events and attractions for visitors at the popular Yorkshire Dales show. These include the Malhamdale Falconry Display, Farmers Market with children's cookery demonstration, Working Hunter horses, Go karts, climbing wall, donkey rides, children's sports, the famous fell races and much, much more.
The art, handicrafts and horticulture sections include up to 1000 entries in the marquee which sits adjacent to the busy craft tent.
Malham is a traditional show which this year celebrates its centenary and this tradition is reflected on the show field where visitors will find heavy horses, vintage cars and tractors, demonstrations of traditional crafts such as rope making & dry stone walling, Punch & Judy, fancy dress and Tug of War.
More up to date events include a Tyke Trial Cyclo demonstration, a climbing wall and a National League Trailquest mountain bike event.
The show committee say they regret the loss of the sheep and cattle classes for this year but believe that the visitors to the show will have a fun and interesting day out.
They are encouraging people to visit Malhamdale on show day and support their local community whilst enjoying a lovely day in a beautiful setting.
- Entry Fee £6
- Children under 16 free
- Free parking