Why should you exhibit at the Nottinghamshire County Show?

Be a part of one of the first County Shows in the season,  promoting farming, food, rural life & heritage in Nottinghamshire & beyond. 

Our excellent ground is on free draining sand based soil and our hard standing parking areas can accommodate thousands of vehicles.Our site provides good facilities for our traders to ensure that your show goes without a hitch.

Main Attractions: 2017 sees the return of the very entertaining Broke FMX in the Main Ring.  With years of experience, Broke FMX stunt display team are dedicated to electrifying crowds of all ages. The show features the UK’s top ranked freestyle motocross riders, incorporating the latest heart stopping tricks as usually only seen on TV. The team set the standard for 10 years and now continues to push the boundaries of FMX and lead the way for all motorcycle display teams.

The team also provides an informative on board commentary by the riders even talking to the crowd while performing a trick flying 35ft in the air. The team’s professionalism is second to none, particularly in the areas of safety, presentation and flexibility.

There is a full timetable on both days in the  Countryside Arena, the return of The Sheep Show and lots of demonstrations and opportunities for all ages to 'have a go' at a variety of sports and arts.  

The Food Experience area with its popular Cookery Demonstrations and a range of trade stands, aims to raise the profile of the quality food produced in Great Britain.

Our competitively priced trade stands offer your company a relatively inexpensive way of promotion & advertising.

All trade stands are entered free of charge into our Trade Stand Competition. Early application will ensure that the details of your company are also published on our website – a proven source of post Show sales.

Our marketing campaign aims to deliver a quality audience to you and extends to Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire.


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Exhibitor news


We are extending the closing date for entries until Monday 3 April!



THE SHOW GOES ON  ... but in the light of the recent DEFRA TB pre and post movement policy which came into operation on 6 April we have written to all our cattle exhibitors to make absolutely certain that everyone is aware of the salient points that will have an immediate impact on this year’s show.

We are pleased to announce that the British Goat Society will be awarding the BARONESS BURDETT-COUTTS Challenge Cup for the best qualifying Inspection-Production Goat over two years old and theEGERTON PERPETUAL Challenge Trophy for the AN securing highest points in Inspection and Milking.

These special awards are in addition to the rosettes and certificates annually awarded