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Tendring Hundred Show

Essex County's Premier Agricultural Event

 

Tendring Show 2021.

 

Due to the continuing uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic and especially the mutations that are occurring, the Tendring Hundred Farmers’ Club has made the difficult but necessary decision to cancel the 2021 Tendring Show.

Although we have been encouraged by the Government’s roadmap for the lifting of lockdown, ending social distancing and the removal of all restrictions by 21st June, these are best-case dates. The day of the 2021, 10th July, is only three weeks after the earliest date for restrictions to end and any delays to those dates can easily impact upon our Show.

As a charitable organisation, it would be irresponsible for us to take on the financial risk of a Show that could still be curtailed or cancelled, because the potential losses would threaten the future of the Show.

We thank our members, supporters, exhibitors, contractors and the local community for their continued support and look forward to welcoming everyone back to our next show, which will be on 9th July 2022.

The Executive Committee
Tendring Hundred Farmers Club – Organisers of the Tendring Show

 

 

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What they're saying about us

  • Tendring Show is a fun and friendly local agricultural and family show ran by local groups and organisations for mainly local people and those people who would like to travel to see such a unique yearly event. We love the show as it is a relaxing day to meet up with a lot of people you know.

    Anne Hutchby, Sid Hutchby & Sons Ltd
  • Our Ice Cream stall in the Food Hall has always been popular come rain or shine – lots of regular faces visiting us each year.  The cookery demonstrations give the Food Hall a real buzz – It is always such a busy show and offers a really great family day out.

    Jane Hadley, Hadleys Icecream
  • We have been supporting the Tendring Show for over 50 years and see it as our main shop window to  promote both the NFU and the NFU Mutual locally.

    Philip Breary, NFU Mutual, Colchester
  • I had such a lovely time on Saturday, it was a fantastic show and the children loved it!

    Emma Wraight, Birkett Long LLP
  • I would just like to say a BIG Thank you for such a brilliant day yesterday. We arrived on the show ground at 7.20am and left at 5.45pm! Thanks for all your hard work and look forward to next year.

    Teresa & Sarah Endean
  • The East Anglian Jack Russell Club and racing team are pleased to be associated with the Tendring Hundreds Show once again this year. We look forward to our day at the show meeting people on our stand and entertaining with our terrier racing in the countryside arena.

    Lilian Clark, East Anglian Jack Russell Club
  • Come rain or shine this friendly show still has the wonderful atmosphere it’s always had since I first attended the Show back in the 1970s

    Mark Gates, A Touch of Silver
  • A lovely, traditional agricultural show, lots to see, plenty to do, entertainment for all the family.

    Nicki Firth, Colchester Poultry Club
  • I have been exhibiting rabbit netting and ferrets at agricultural shows for longer than I care to remember. Now, at 69 years of age, there are only two shows I will do, and Tendring Hundred is one of them!

    Brian Brinded, The Rabbit Whisperer
  • Just to say well done to you and your team – excellent Show. Thank you for letting us extend our PR around the goat show – think the organisers like the extra people and upbeat day’s experience around them!

    David Boyden, Boydens

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