The Weald Country Show returns with so many exciting and new attractions for 2021! The organisers are extremely excited and cannot wait for the show this year with so many exciting and new attractions after being previously postponed due to Covid!
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When and Where is the Weald Park Country Show?
The Weald Park Country Show runs from 10am to 5pm on Saturday 22nd May and Sunday 23rd May at Weald Country Park. The Country Park can be found at Weald Rd, Brentwood CM14 5QS.
How Much are Tickets?
Tickets range from £4 for a children ticket to £8.50 for adults ticket, but there are packages available for 2 adults at £17 and a family of 4 for £25.
You are advised to book your tickets in advance; click here.
What Can You Expect?
This year there is a new Motorbike display and attraction area at the show on both days with a fantastic motorbike and BMX bike team. Fancy a go with on a BMX with a UK Champion, well the Weald Park Country Show is the show for you!
The main arena will have some fantastic demonstrations this year to include the UK Barrel Racing Team, the inspiring Dog and Duck Shows with the amazing Chris Jupp and his beautiful Collie dog and fabulous runner ducks, Falconry with the World of Wings Birds of Prey, African Dancers and Living History displays; there really is something for everyone.
The Festival of Cars has had amazing array of entries on both days with many different and exciting cars for all those car fans out there.
The Food Market will have some wonderful producers, along with plent of Cookery demonstrations with some amazing Chefs including Italian Chef Claudio Bincoletto and many others.
What Can Children Do?
There’s much on offer for families including the Circus Aerial Displays which happens 3 times a day to the Greatest Showman soundtrack as well as Magic Shows. There are also outdoor Theatre performances of The Buccaneers, pirate fum for everyone and the show will also be joined again by the wonderful Wrestleforce Team with some wrestling fun, fun, fun.
But if you fancy ebracing your inner dancing queen with a bit of Abba head over to the music area, there will be a tribute band playing daily along with five other bands.
You can come along and meet Classisauras, the T-Rex Dinosaur, who will be joined by his stormtrooper friends plus the likes of Punch and Judy, Gemma’s Petting Farm, rides and loads more fun.
Can I Get Crafty and Learn On-Site?
Of course, come along visit and support the avenue of Rural Crafters this year who will be demonstrating their crafts as well as selling them.
Visit the Living History Village and try your luck with the Living History Archery too!
Is the Event Dog Friendly?
Yes, Yes Yes! There’s even the Festival of Dogs area at the show is hugely popular! Get involved with the Charity Fun Dog Shows which raised over £3,800 in 2019, Owner and Celebrity Lookalike Competitiona, Dog Agility, Dogs Have Got Talent, Flyball and so much more.