Nantwich Agricultural Society are pleased to announce the return of The Nantwich Show with an exciting new venue and “Best of British” theme.
After a turbulent three years, thanks to bad weather in 2019 and Covid in 2020 and ‘21, the Nantwich show is back to celebrate 125 years with a fantastic new look.
No longer partnered with the International Cheese Awards or hosted at Dorfold Hall, The Nantwich Show will take place on Wednesday 27 July at Reaseheath College. www.reaseheath.ac.uk
With a stronger than ever agricultural theme, the exciting new format will showcase the technologies and innovations in the farming industry ensuring that sustainability, family entertainment and community spirit is prioritised.
Be part of the next chapter of the Nantwich Show and help us celebrating the very best of British life.
What will you see and the Nantwich Show?
Outdoor (non-food) trade reservations are open now. Follow the link to the Reservation's page and register your details, also see details of other trade stands.
Reaseheath College and University Centre Introducing, the NEW Nantwich Showground
Reaseheath College is the new home of Nantwich Show. Reaseheath is one of the UK’s leading land-based college & university centres offering courses in agriculture, animal and zoo management, food production, equine, sport, horticulture and floristry.
With agriculture, rural business, new technologies and sustainability high on the agenda at Reaseheath, stepping in to provide a new home for the Show makes them the ideal new landlords.
We are looking forward to working with Reaseheath College & University Centre and have identified several opportunities for students to get involved. Work is underway with the first project; mapping out the layout of the fields by the Built Environment students.
In the meantime, the Nantwich Agricultural Society have started the mammoth task of raising the finance to build the necessary infrastructure such as roadways and utilities for the show to be more weatherproof.
Become a Nantwich Show Volunteer
The Show is organised and managed primarily by volunteers and annually clocks up in excess of 3,000 volunteer hours a year. As with many volunteer organisations, Covid has had an effect on the volunteer team and we are now looking to recruit some new volunteers to our friendly team.