may, 2020

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21 (Thursday) 1:00 am - 23 (Saturday) 1:00 am


Devon County Show (postponed till further notice)

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Event Details

Did you know that Devon County Show 2020 will be our 125th Show? To mark this momentous milestone in our history, we've got lots of exciting plans. Read on to find out more.... Every day there's a packed programme of entertainment in the Main Arena. This year, taking centre stage, will be the Dancing Diggers, a collection of JCB Diggers and Robot Skidsters performing daredevil antics and formation dancing.

Get up close and personal with over 2,000 animals!

At Devon County Show we are proud of our amazing livestock competitions. With over 1,500 sheep, 500 cattle, 100 pigs, 150 goats and 75 alpacas you can wander the through the livestock area and find over 100 rare and minority breeds. We are extremely proud also to play host to the South Devon Herd Book Society's National Show at our 2020 event.

The biggest Food Fair in Devon

Enjoy the most mouthwatering food and drink the West Country has to offer at this year's Show. With an incredible array of food to snack on, food to take home, food to try and food to watch, foodies will not be disappointed. Many of our food stands cater for vegetarians, vegans, gluten free diets. Visit the Food & Drink Pavilion for the best of the west and wander down the new Food Walk for something a bit different. A full list of food and drink exhibitors can be found on our Tradestands page.

For all things crafty and gardening head to the Crafts & Gardens Pavilion

Bigger than a Premier League football pitch this giant marquee is home to an array of craft stands, a floral art competition, home baking competitions and flower and gardening stands. This year, it will also be home to our world's longest ever knitted bunting which will comprise 32,000 flags and will be 8kms long! Look out, too, for the Gardening Roadshow, a new feature which will be hosted by gardening writer and broadcaster Martin Fish.

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