Three main arenas are at the very heart of each Living Heritage Country Show. First class entertainment is provided by some of the countryside’s top sports names and organisations in the UK.
The Andy Singleton Arena
is the biggest arena for performers who need space to showcase their skills. It plays host to some fabulous attractions and entertains all day long.
Attractions vary from show to show, but are excellent at every show. So much to see with the amazing Jonathan Marshall Free Spirits Show, fast and furious scurry racing, or horse boarding, entertaining mounted games, horses and hounds, bigger birds of prey and the hilarious Chase the Bunny contest .
The Countryside Arena
is a more intimate area, perfect to watch and enjoy a wide range of country sports and skills with some top Countrymen and their animals. Gun dog displays; shire horses; working ferrets and fly casting to name but a few.
The Dog Arena
was introduced in 2014 and has proved very popular. Here you will find doggy displays of all types, from hounds to rare breeds, obedience work, security dogs and lots more (again, attractions will be slightly different at every show)
The arenas are interlinked and surrounded by a superb selection of country stalls, selling everything from country sports equipment, clothing and accessories to home and garden, crafts and food.
Along with the main arenas, there are supporting specialist arenas showing and demonstrating countryside favourites, including angling, gun dogs, lurchers, a fun dog show and lots more besides.