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Aug 06, 2019

Less than two weeks to go until our Country Show – Saturday 17 August

The countdown is on to our first-ever Country Show here at Newton Abbot Racecourse on Saturday 17 August. With a fun-filled day on offer and free entry for children, make sure this date is firmly in your diaries.

Buy your tickets to the Newton Abbot Racecourse Country Show online today

Buy your tickets online in advance to save – tickets for adults are £4 when booked in advance or just £5 on the gate.

Children go free

Children aged 16 and under go FREE to this year’s Country Show. Be sure to bring the family for a fun-filled day out in Devon. There’s plenty for the little ones to enjoy, including face painting, bouncy castle, trampoline, hook-a-duck and even pony rides with the Miniature Pony Centre*.

Over 100 stalls to visit

Our Country Show will feature over 100 amazing exhibitors from tractors, garden machinery and 4×4s through to arts, crafts and some yummy treats.

For those looking for something a little more adventurous, there’s axe throwing, archery and even a shotgun clay simulator being run by event sponsors The Country Sports Shop.

With so many exhibitors to visit, its likely to be thirsty work – why not sit back and relax in our beer garden sponsored by St Austell Brewery?

Complimenting our jam-packed list of exhibitors will be our events programme which runs from 11am featuring some unmissable performances and demonstrations from: Destiny Twirling Team, Riviera Ukulele Band, Dartmoor Hill Pony Display Team, South Devon Hunt and Destiny Twirling Team.

Special thanks go to our event sponsors: Murray Volkswagen, Cornish Mutual, The Country Sports Shop and St Austell Brewery alongside Programme Sponsors, Redrow.

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Be sure to buy your tickets today and we look forward to welcoming you on Saturday 17 August.

Hope to see you there!

  • Charges apply for children’s activities