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Bury Agricultural Show

Bury Show 2021

 

Following the publication of the Government’s roadmap we are pleased to confirm that we are planning to hold the Bury Show this year, confirmed dates to follow.

 

This will of course have to be reviewed regularly and is based on the assumption that the whole country successfully moves from the current lockdown to step 4 in the Government’s roadmap on the 21st June.

 

We will only go ahead with the Show if we can do so safely for all concerned.
We are exploring what the show can safely include and further details, including ticket sales, will be announced as soon as possible.2021.

 

Kind Regards
Karen Southwell

About Bury Show

There has been an agricultural show in Bury since 1943. The first Bury Agricultural Show was held during the Second World War as a way of encouraging local people to holiday at home and take advantage of what the region had to offer. It attracted over 8000 visitors, and ever since it has proved a popular annual event.

The show raises much-needed funds for local charities and provides hours of entertainment, competitions, breath-taking stunts, artisan produce, and a fine display of farm animals and tradespeople. The Show is affiliated to The Donkey Breed Association, The North West Federation of Show Societies, The Shire Horse Society and The Side Saddle Association.

We love coming to the Bury Show and seeing all the animals and trying lots of different food!

– Callum Brady, age 9, Bury.

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