The Hadleigh Show will be taking place this Saturday on May 21st, for its 181st show. If you are looking for a great family day out then look no further for a fun-filled day of flower shows, show jumping, driving classes and a Cookery Theatre! Amongst all the fun of the show, we will be exhibiting at our very own stand, so why not come and say hi for a chat and to take home plenty of goodies – read on for a taster of what’s on offer.
Tickets must be purchased in advance; you can grab yours here.
Stop by our stand to say hi and win prizes
We will be parked up at Row G Stand 1 with plenty of goodies on offer for all the family. Any mini savers wanting a quick game of the bean bag throw can attempt to win some prizes, meanwhile the first 10 animal attendees will receive their very own Suffolk Building Society themed bandana. With plenty more on offer on the day! Pretty Penny – our pig from the St Elizabeth Hospice Pigs Gone Wild 2016 Art Trail will be trotting over to our stand for the day too.
What else is on at the Hadleigh show?
Plenty of work has been going on behind the scenes to pull together a fantastic show, including lots of fun activities, a variety of shopping and stalls representing the wonders of Suffolk. Bolddog FMX display team will be there to wow you with their bravery alongside Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Police Dogs Force, you will be welcome to bring your own dogs too! During the parade of winners, the Queens Platinum Jubilee Torch Relay will arrive, you can find out about the exciting things we’re planning for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee here.
Gates on the day will open for visitors from 8am, with entry to the showground closing at 4.30pm. You will be able to park for free on the fields at the showground, parking attendees will be on hand to ensure you can get parked up as soon as possible and enjoy the day.
We’re proud as always to represent Suffolk and delighted to be able to exhibit at and support the upcoming Hadleigh Show, a real favourite for all the locals in the county.
You can find out more information on their website, but for now, we look forward to seeing as many of you there as possible.