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Buy show tickets now and save on the day

122955r Malton Show 2012. Horse and carriage judging in the showring. Picture by Andrew Higgins    22/07/12

122955r Malton Show 2012. Horse and carriage judging in the showring. Picture by Andrew Higgins 22/07/12

Tickets are now on sale for this year’s Malton Show – and people can save money by buying them in advance from local shops.

This year’s show, on the new earlier date of Sunday June 29, has been re-launched to make it even more of a great value day out for families and promises to boast scores of new attractions.

Show chairman Michael Cleary said: “We’ve worked hard to make the show better than ever this year. We think will be a brilliant day at a local show with all the traditional attractions and plenty of new ones.”

“We wanted to make Malton Show a great value affordable day out for local families.

“So children 11 and under get in free, and we have launched discount advance tickets, on sale now in both Malton and Pickering.”

As well as the traditional livestock competitions, the show organisers have lined up new family attractions all be included in the ticket price.

The popular MSI Moto Stunt motorbike display team will be back by popular demand, with two Main Ring shows. Other attractions include:

l Children’s showground trail run by the show’s nominated charity Ryedale Special Families, as well as kids races and games;

l Fun dog show, run by Ryedale Dog Rescue, with on-the-day entries;

l Entertainments including the Elaine Hill Sheep Dog display, Malton School Jazz Band, Whitby Falconers, and artist blacksmith demonstrations throughout the day;

l All new layout help visitors and exhibitors get around the showground and see the attractions;

l A “clear round” showjumping competition in a special ring going on all day, and a nail biting evening showjumping competition in the main ring;

l Tug o’ war between local pubs, clubs and businesses, with free entry on the day, plus a special kids tug o’ war competition; and

l Malton and Norton Traders’ Tent especially for local businesses.

The show’s commitment to promoting top quality local agriculture continues in 2014 with the launch of the Regional Sheep Breeders Championship, run in conjunction with Driffield, Ryedale and Thornton-le-Dale shows.

This year’s show president David Prest, whose family have farmed at Fryton in Ryedale for almost 100 years, is taking on the role after more than 50 years involvement in Malton Show as a steward and committee member.

Tickets cost £10 for adults, £5 for 12- 16s, and £7 for OAPs; or £8 for adults, £4 for 12s-16s, and £6 for OAPs in advance from R Yates in Malton, or the NFU office in Pickering.

The show is on Sunday June 29 at Scampston Park. There will be plenty of free parking on site and free buses from Malton and Norton.

For more information visit maltonshow.com or Facebook.com/MaltonShow, or follow @MaltonShow on Twitter.

 

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