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The show provides an entertaining and fun day out for all the family

At the Camborne Show experts in rural activities from all over the area gather together to display their talents, many of which have taken generations of dedication to perfect. Shared knowledge and carefully guarded trade secrets contribute to the day being a showcase of the truly best in their field.

Activities include-

Show Jumping and a Heavy Horse Show. Throughout the day
Horses will be competing for much coveted awards in their events, in three large Rings at the heart of the showground. The judges will have a very tall order to decide the best of the day in wide ranging sections if last years entries are anything to go by.

Horseplay Display Ring, with demonstrations from the HorsePlay team, the ever popular Team Scurry Challenge and the Pony Club Horse & Hound competition.
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Fun Pet Dog Show. Dogs are ever popular at the show and if you are an owner who needs advice come and talk dogs with those who share your enthusiasm.

Goats, Cage Birds, Cattle, Poultry. During the day trophies will be awarded to the best entries in the categories, Cage birds, Cattle, Companion Dogs, Poultry, Goats and Heavy Horses. Visitors will be able to enjoy displays of livestock of the highest quality. A small selection of sheep will be shown. Goats are again making an appearance this year at the Show, and always make such an impact with many visitors and participants who are surprised at just how beautiful these creatures can be.

The Small Shepherds Club will be exhibiting a selection of sheep at this year’s Camborne Show. …..more info

Domestic and Horticultural competitions and displays.
The Domestic section covers handicraft, cookery and preserves, art, photography, and a children’s section. The displays are always a source of wonder and competition is fierce.

Music by Camborne Youth band and others. The Camborne Youth Band has a very busy schedule of engagements at a variety of venues throughout Cornwall and beyond. They are delighted to be able to provide music and entertainment to an ever-growing number of appreciative listeners wherever they perform. They have achieved a great deal of success on the contest stage. They became Cornish Junior Champions and South West Junior Champions in 2003 and Cornish Junior Champions again in 2004. The highlights of their achievements so far under Alan’s direction are, without doubt, their becoming National Junior Brass Band Champions in 2004, 2005 and 2006, National Community Youth Champions in 2007 and playing at an open air concert at Canary Wharf in July 2005. Also
music from  Whipple Tree, ‘Proper Job’, ‘The Kernow Pipes and Drums’ plus  ‘Jumpin Out Jazz’, and ‘S’Wonderful Jazz.’

Side Shows, Sheep, HorsePlay. Children’s Entertainment, Pony Club “Horse and Hounds”.