Special event lined up for 100th Tendring Hundred Show

Crowds enjoy last year's Tendring Hundred Show.

Crowds enjoy last year's Tendring Hundred Show. - Credit: Su Anderson

Organisers of the Tendring Hundred Show are promising an extra special event for the centenary event this year.

Sheep are judged at last year's Tendring Hundred Show.

Sheep are judged at last year's Tendring Hundred Show. - Credit: Su Anderson

Around 20,000 people are expected to attend the agricultural show on Saturday, which this year has a theme of changes which have influenced the district and farming to mark the 100th show.

As well as the livestock and farm machinery on display, there will also be cooking demonstrations, a dog show and countryside area, family arena with child-friendly activities and much more.

The non-profit event is run by the Tendring Hundred Farmers’ Club, and was first staged in 1899.

David Lord, chairman of the Tendring Hundred Farmers’ Club, said: “We’re now just a couple of days away from show day and our team of volunteers have been working hard to get everything in place for the big day.


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“It’s looking fantastic and you can really feel the excitement building.

“The weather is set fair and we are expecting big crowds to help us celebrate our 100th show.

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“There is something for everyone at the Tendring Show and to mark this special year we have some extra treats in store.”

The show gates open from 8am until 6pm at the venue at Lawford House Park, Bromley Road, Lawford.

For a full line-up of stands and activities, or to purchase advance tickets, visit the show web site.

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