Winterton Agricultural Society
Winterton Show 4th & 5th July 2020
It is regret we find it necessary to cancel the above Show due to the Coronavirus Crisis.
After speaking to our agent and interested parties the feeling is we would cut our losses by deciding earlier, as against later, to cancel. This saving would be from Printing, Advertising, Marquee and other major costs. Also, with your approval, we are looking at carrying forward the Acts booked for this year to next year.
We did consider moving the date to September, but with an already full Show Programme Nationally, and the Schools not operational, which affects Enterprise Entries (85%), it is not viable.
Many thanks for your support, long may it continue and we hope to see you all on 3rd & 4th July 2021, at our next Show.
The Winterton Agricultural society was formed in 1872 to further the interests of a rapidly modernising agricultural community. For many years the society held a two day Agricultural Show and sports in the Picturesque Park at Winterton Show.
The Show attracted competitors from throughout Lincolnshire and the surrounding counties, building up an excellent reputation over the years.
Today the two day Show occupies over 20 acres, which the society now owns to accommodate the growing demand for trade stands, sideshows and entertainment, The Show caters for many agricultural and countryside pursuits involving all elements of the local and neighbouring communities. It successfully blends a variety of events appealing to both rural and town dwellers; as a consequence it is very well supported, drawing crowds in excess of twelve thousand, from across the region, the show goes from strength to strength.
Our entrance charges have been kept the same as previous years in order to offer excellent value for money with the highest quality of entertainment which caters for all ages. For details of admission prices please visit the Show page.
The showground is situated at the eastern end of the town with excellent access from the motorway system. It also has spectacular views down the Humber Estuary and across the Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Wolds.