The 2017 Wensleydale Show Schedule and Entry Forms are now available online. For Show Schedule click here. For Entry Forms click here.
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We all wish Show Secretary Sara North, and her husband Roger, a long and happy retirement. After her 10 year stint, and doing far more than she should, Sara finally called it a day. They have now moved permanently to Spain where the weather is slightly warmer than the Dales. The couple's legacy will [...]
At the 2016 AGM of the Wensleydale Agricultural Show and after two years as Chairman, Mr Bob Dixon stepped-down with Leyburn’s Mike Warden taking over for a two-year tenure. Paying tribute to his predecessor Mr Warden said: “Thanks to Bob for all his hard work; he has done a great job both as Chairman and [...]
Schedules for the 2017 Wensleydale Show for Handicraft and Young People are now available, and live on the website, here. The full show schedule is to follow.
The 2016 Wensleydale Show Results are now live in the updated page about the 2016 show. You can find the download link (PDF) in the 2016 Show page. Congratulations to all who took part. We look forward to seeing competitors back in 2017.
The winners are Malcolm Oliver of Stockton on Tees and Susan Knowles of Horsforth, Leeds. Tickets will be sent by first class mail. The third winner, who entered on the Welcome to Yorkshire website, will be announced here as soon as we are notified.
Members of the Wensleydale Young Farmers Club with Bob Dixon Chairman Wensleydale Show Committee
Pictured is the new secretary to the Wensleydale Agricultural Show Committee, Jenny Bowes with her young helpers Alice and James. Jenny Bowes, a farmer from East Witton near Middleham, replaces Judith Carlisle who stood down last year and joins the three-strong team. Along with Sara North and Sandy Carter she will jointly organise one of [...]
Karin Sedgwick (right) hands over Wensleydale Show records to Record Assistant Ruth Rising. [First published in the Darlington & Stockton Times] Documents and records dating back to 1892 that were in danger of decay now have a secure home in Northallerton. Having spent much of their life in dusty attics or damp back rooms, [...]