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Show Guide 10 & 11 JULY 2021

www.kcas.org.uk 01622 630975 Kent Showground, ME14 3JF


Kent County Agricultural Society PATRON: HRH DUKE OF KENT KG PRESIDENT: WILLIAM BOSCOWEN CHAIRMAN: JAMES FORKNALL

Show Guide FOR THE KENT COUNTY SUMMER FAYRE AT, KENT SHOWGROUND, DETLING


HRH: The Duke of Kent, KG PATRON, KENT COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

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William Boscawen PRESIDENT, KENT COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

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A WORD FROM OUR CHAIRMAN JAMES FORKNELL

CHAIRMAN, KENT COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Welcome to the Kent County Summer Fayre, another first for me as Chairman.

When I wrote the foreword for the Kent Show in 2019, we were heading towards Brexit and all the uncertainty that was bringing and as I write now, not only are we still feeling and getting to know the effects of Brexit, but we have all been living and facing greater uncertainty due to the global pandemic- a pandemic that has literally stopped the world in its tracks!! Hopefully, the announcement from No.10 on the 19th July will be a positive one, and we can all get back to some form of normality.

The plans for this 2-day event, have progressed to be able to bring together all that is enjoyed at the traditional show such as livestock from Kent Young Farmers, show jumping, Heritage vehicles, entertainment, and Woodland displays, but on a smaller scale, while still ensuring there is lots to see and do on the day for the restricted number of visitors allowed on site. We wanted to be able to ensure that

Our climate seems to be changing quite quickly, with very hot temperatures when the first lockdown hit in March 2020, after what

the event is just as enjoyable for all our visitors- a scaled back event, but in a covid safe environment. I really hope everyone enjoys the Summer Fayre this year and with all

had been the wettest autumn on record fingers crossed we can bring back the Kent

where almost no winter crops had been County Show in 2022.

planted in autumn 2019. When it finally dried up, some spring crops were sown, and the The future of any industry relies on the young

weather remained hot and dry through the people choosing it as a career, and this is a key

rest of the summer giving arable farmers a fairly easy harvest for most in the South-East, although the warm weather did create a shortage of grass, thus small hay and silage crops.

focus for the Kent County Agricultural Society. As a registered charity, KCAS works hard to support the farmers of the future and agriculture in Kent, be it through supporting the Kent Young Farmers clubs with grants, the KCAS scholarship schemes and Awards that

Unfortunately, the 2020 Kent County Show had to be cancelled because of the pandemiconly the second time in the 92-year history of the show that it has not been able to take place. With the great uncertainty as to

enable us to support young students through college or university, or our fantastic Living Land event, which went virtual this year and saw over 4,000 primary school children learn about all aspects of farming and rural life.

whether we would be able to hold any form of show in 2021 due to Covid, the KCAS Board

the KCAS Board took a late decision to run a

took a late decision to run a very scaled back

very scaled back version of the Kent County

version of the Kent County Show, giving birth

Show, giving birth to the Kent County Summer

to the Kent County Summer Fayre 2021.

Fayre 2021.


he Food and Farming area will have a display this year to promote this and showing the importance of agriculture to Kent. Do visit the Kent Beekeepers Associations, along with their displays, a must for everyone to see. The Show is a great day out and this year we have the Lamb National in the Countryside Ring twice a day on both days of the Show. Do find a seat and take the time to watch them. Elsewhere, there is the Heritage area and the Astor Ring will feature horse jumping.

The ever-popular dog dash n splash pool is back - great fun to watch and if you

have your dog with you, to participate as well.

Delivering the Kent County Summer Fayre is a small KCAS staff team and volunteer stewards, all passionate about Kent, farming and the countryside. I would like to take this opportunity to thank them all for all their hard work at getting the Summer Fayre together in such a short space of time.

Please enjoy your time with us and thank you for coming to the Kent County Summer Fayre 2021.

James Forknall, KCAS Chairman

Contents Saturday Programme of Events

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Sunday Programme of Events

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Our Sponsors & Supporters

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Where to Eat

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Where to Find Things

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Become a Member

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Show Map

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Equine

p.22

Kent Young Farmers

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Country, Game & Canine

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Heritage Vehicles

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Woodland Area

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Shopping, Eating & Drinking

p.30

General Entertainment

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The Bandstand

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Programme of Events KENT COUNTY SUMMER FAYRE 10 & 11 JULY 2021 RING AND ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

Saturday 10 july ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND THE SOCIETY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CURTAIL OR VARY THE EVENTS

ASTOR RING

9.00am

HERITAGE RING

404

National Open Showjumping 1.30m

10.30am 10.45am

Showjumping set down 401

Osborne Refrigerators

10.00am

Kent Youth Trial Display

10.30am

Tractors

11.00am

Steam Engines

11.30am

Pre/Post War Cars

12.30pm

Heritage Parade around the

Double Harness Scurry,122cm & under Showground 11.15am

Jo Carroll Horse Agility

12.00pm

Hounds

14.00pm

Motorcycles

14.30pm

Steam Engines

15.00pm

Tractors

15.30pm

Commercials, Buses, Military

16.00pm

Models and Model Steam

Heritage Vehicles Display 13.00pm 13.30pm

Showjumping Set Up 405

Area trial Showjumping 1.50m

14.45pm

Showjumping set up Livestock Grand Parade

15.00pm 15.30pm

GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT

409

Riding Club Individual

K9 Aqua Sports

Canine Area

Showjumping 16.00pm

410

Riding Club Team Horse Showjumping

COUNTRYSIDE RING

Countryside, Game &

Kent Beekeepers

Maidstone Exhibition

Association

Hall

Traditional

Next to entrance 4

Fairground

Kent Poultry

10.15am

The Lamb National

11.15am

The Dog and Duck Show

12.00pm

Birds of Prey

Miniature Railway

Next to entrance 4

12.30pm

Heritage Parade

Travelling Elmer

Maidstone Exhibition

13.30pm

The Dog and Duck Show

14.15pm

The Lamb National

Archery & Axe

15.00pm

Birds of Prey

Throwing

15.30pm

Meet the Beagles

Henny The Unicorn

WOODLAND AREA

Clive Emson Hall

Club

Hall

Beside Woodland Area

Across the Show

BANDSTAND

Chainsaw Carving

All Day

10.00am

Ruby Sisterz

Birds of Prey Talk

All Day

10.30am

Rockit Choir

Tractor Rides

All Day

11.00am

The Lucky 13's

All Day

11.30am

Rockit Choir

12.30pm

Marylebone Jelly

Archery & Axe Throwing

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THE NICK ALLEN CATTLE RING

9.15am

Class 1

Native crossbred beef calves 2 - 5 months

Class 3

Native crossbred beef calves 5 - 10 months

Class 5

Native crossbred beef calves 10 - 17 months

10.30am

Class 2

Continental crossbred beef calves 2 - 5 months

Class 6

Continental crossbred beef calves 10 - 17 months

11.30am

Class 7

Native & Continental cows with calves at foot

Beef Championship 12.30pm

Class 8,

Dairy Calves 2 - 17

9 & 10

months

Supreme Championship

13.00pm 16.00pm

Class 44

Beef Pairs

Class 47

Fancy Dress

PIG RING

12:00

Class 21

Weaner Pigs

& 48 5

Ex Members

Class 24

Pig Championship

PAULINE PANTON SHEEP RING

9.15am

Class 11

Native Lambs (ewes & wethers)

Class 13

Native Shearling Ewes

Class

Native Ram Lamb

THE CLAAS & MANNS MACHINERY RING

Class 1

Class

Native Rams (Shearling &

15B

older)

Class 12

Continental Lambs (ewes

Safe Loading Competition

15A

10.00am

Single Sow

Class 2

Telehandling

Class 3

Attaching an Implement

Class 4

Identifying Crop and Feedstuff

and wethers) Class 14

Continental Shearling

Class 5

Parts Identification

Class 6

Prepare for Work

Ewes Class

Continental Ram Lamb

All competing members will be given time slots, free time slots can be entered on the

16A

day Class

Continental Ram Lamb

16B

(Shearling & older)

Sheep Championship

12.00pm

Class 43

Lamb Show Prep (2 hours)

PLEASE NOTE:

Listen to announcements and see whiteboards for updates/time changes. Every effort is made to stick to these stated times,

12.30pm

Class 19

Nanny Goats

16.00pm

Class 46

Goat Pairs Teacher Leaders

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however please understand this isn't always feasible.


Programme of Events KENT COUNTY SUMMER FAYRE 10 & 11 JULY 2021 RING AND ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

Sunday 11 july ALL TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE AND THE SOCIETY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CURTAIL OR VARY THE EVENTS

ASTOR RING

8.30am

HERITAGE RING

406

Newcomers Open Showjumping 1.10m

9.45am 10.00am

Showjumping set down 402

Osborne Refrigerators

10.00am

Tractors

10.30am

Pre/Post War Cars

11.00am

Tractors

12.00am

Heritage Parade around the

Double Harness Scurry, exceeding 122cm but not

Showground 12.30pm

Kent Youth Trials

1.30pm

Commercials, Buses, Military

14.30pm

Steam Engines

15.00pm

Motorcycles

15.30pm

Models and Model Steam

16.00pm

Steam Engines & Tractors

exceeding 148cm (HOYS) 10.30am

Inter Hunt Competition

12.00pm

Heritage Vehicles Display

12.30pm

Squirrells Riding School

13.15pm

Osborne Refrigerators Double Harness Scurry Championship (HOYS)

13.45pm

Livestock Grand Parade

14.15pm

Showjumping set up

GENERAL ENTERTAINMENT

K9 Aqua Sports

Countryside, Game & Canine Area

14.45pm

407

Accumulator Kent Beekeepers

Maidstone Exhibition

Association

Hall

Traditional

Next to entrance 4

Showjumping 1.40m 16.15pm

408

International Trial Showjumping 1.55m

Fairground COUNTRYSIDE RING Kent Poultry 11.15am

The Lamb National

11.15am

The Dog and Duck Show

12.00pm

Heritage Parade

12.30pm

Birds of Prey

13.30pm

The Dog and Duck Show

14.15pm

The Lamb National

15.00pm

Birds of Prey

15.30pm

Meet the Beagles

Clive Emson Hall

Club

Miniature Railway

Next to entrance 4

Travelling Elmer

Maidstone Exhibition Hall

Archery & Axe

Beside Woodland Area

Throwing

Henny The Unicorn

Across the Show

BANDSTAND WOODLAND AREA

Chainsaw Carving

All Day

Birds of Prey Talk

All Day

Tractor Rides

All Day

Archery &

All Day

10.00am

Ruby Sisterz

10.30am

Rockit Choir

11.00am

The Lucky 13's

11.30am

Rockit Choir

12.30pm

Marylebone Jelly

Axe Throwing

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THE NICK ALLEN CATTLE RING

10.00am

Class 25

Class 26

Class 27

Beef Handling &

PAULINE PANTON SHEEP RING

Class

10 - 12 Sheep Handling &

Knowledge

31A

Knowledge

14 - 15 Beef Handling &

Class

13 Sheep Handling &

Knowledge

31B

Knowledge

16 - 17 Beef Handling &

Class 32

14 - 15 Sheep Handling &

9.15am

Knowledge

Knowledge Class 28

Class 33

Over 18 Beef Handling &

Knowledge

Knowledge

Beef Handling &

Class 34

Knowledge Championship

15.00pm

Class 29

Sheep Handling &

Under 18 Dairy Handling

Over 18 Dairy Handling

Over 18 Sheep Handling & Knowledge

Knowledge Championship

& Knowledge Class 30

16 - 17 Sheep Handling &

15.00pm

& Knowledge

Class 35

Adults (over competing

Adults

age) with disabilities Sheep Handling & Knowledge

Dairy Handling & Knowledge Championship

PIG RING

Handling & Knowledge Supreme Championship

15:00pm

Class 38

Under 18 Pig Handling & Knowledge

THE CLAAS & MANNS MACHINERY RING PLEASE NOTE: Class 1

Safe Loading Competition

Listen to announcements and see whiteboards for updates/time changes. Every

Class 2

Telehandling

Class 3

Attaching an Implement

however please understand this isn't always

Class 4

Identifying Crop and

feasible.

effort is made to stick to these stated times,

Feedstuff Class 5

Parts Identification

Class 6

Prepare for Work

All competing members will be given time slots, free time slots can be entered on the day

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Our Sponsors And Supporters The Kent County Agricultural Society would like to thank the following for their support for the Kent County Summer Fayre.

Thanks to our personal supporters: Nick Allen Pauline Panton

The Kent County Summer Fayre is organised by the charity Kent County Agricultural Society. All sponsorship helps to support our charitable objectives.

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Where to eat The Kent County Summer Fayre will showcase the best of food and drink from across the county. With so much variety, there's sure to be something to tickle your tastebuds.

Catering Options

A. Frost Catering

Cornish Pasties

Ltd

DH Catering

Fajitas, Toasties, Paninis and Baguettes

Eat Fresh Catering

Burgers, Hot Dogs, and Chips

Ragmarsh Farm

Beef Burgers, Steak,

Burger Bar

Wraps, Sausages and Chips

Russell's Leisure

Traditional Hog Roast

Services

Russell's Mobile

Pulled Pork and Beef

Catering

Burgers

The Buck Truck

Burgers, Hot Dogs, Chilli and Milkshakes

Wickid Burger

Fish and Chips

Tommy Russell

Sweets and Fudge

Tea and Coffee Love Tea

Tea, Lemonade and Cake

Eat Fresh Catering

Coffee, Soft Drinks and Cake

Russell's Leisure

Coffee and Donuts

Services

Russell's Mobile Catering

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Slush Drinks


Bars and Refreshments

Powder Mill

General Bar

Productions Ltd

London Catering

General Bar

Services

Business Legacy Ltd

Nachos, Pimms & Gin Bar

Ice Cream

LICKALIX

Organic Ice Lollies

Solleys Ice Cream

Ice Cream

Ltd London Catering Services

Ice Cream


Where to find things... Disabled Toilets Multiple disabled toilets can be found across the Showground.

Toilets Toilet facilities are located across the Showground. Please refer to the

map

to find your closest facility.

Lost Children and Vulnerable Adults

Nursing Mothers and Baby Changing Facilities For Members of the Kent County

Right Guard Security are located behind the Show Office. If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to

Agricultural Society, there are also facilities in the Member's Area in the Astor Pavilion.

contact them on their stand or speak to one of the stewards located

Show Office

around the site.

The Show Organiser's Office is

Lost Property

situated in the centre of the Showground with Alan Day House.

Please hand any lost property to a Steward or to Right Guard Security. If you have lost property please see

Find the Show Office on the map marked with the KCAS logo, stand 404.

them at stand 405 for assistance or contact the Show Office.

Emergency First Aid P Wave Medical has stations across the Showground with the main first aid point located nearby the Show Office. If you require first aid or feel unwell, please find a P Wave first aider for help.

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Become a Member The

Kent

County

Summer

Fayre

is

organised

by

the

Kent

County

Agricultural

Society, a registered charity, who runs the annual Kent County Show. As well as the

Show,

the

Society

also

supports

education

improvement

in

agriculture,

horticulture, forestry and related industries through its grants for Kent Young Farmers Clubs, university scholarships, the 'Farming in the Classroom' initiative, and

the

Living

Land

and

Farm

Expo

events.

The

best

way

to

support

the

Kent

County Agricultural Society and the work it does, is to become a member.

Membership benefits include: Three day admission to the Kent County Show Exclusive access to the Members' Area including: - The Members' Restaurant and Lounge Bar - Access to the Members' lawn with private grandstand - Members' Area entertainment - Members' only restrooms - Free tea and coffee (applies at set times only) Free priority parking with Members' entrance to Kent County Show Discounted entry fees for livestock classes Discounted entry fees for equine classes including showjumping classes Chairman's Lunch tickets on the Saturday of the Show Members' one day guest ticket for friends and family Agricultural Worker Tickets for farm employees only Additional annual benefits, discounts and free tickets to events

Society Individual Membership starts from £55.00, Society Joint Membership is available from £90.00 and a discounted rate of £27.50 applies to our Next Generation Membership for under 25's.

Please visit the Membership Tent outside the Membership Area for more information on membership benefits or to upgrade your ticket to gain access to the exclusive Members' Area.

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Equine Showjumping The Showjumping classes at the Kent County Summer Fayre is always a thrill to watch. The horse and rider are put to the test as they navigate the course of jumps.

Farrier Competitions The Show's purpose-built forge comes to life at the Kent County Summer Fayre as the farrier competition takes off. Watch expert blacksmiths at work as they forge horse shoes and fit them on their horses. See the farriers in action throughout the day on both days of the weekend.

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Inter Hunt Competitions Don't miss the Inter-Hunt competitions, as local hunts battle it out in this fast paced knockout competition. Two teams of four race each other through a course of obstacles and hurdles. Riders must be fast and accurate as any knocked down fences will rack up penalty points, impacting their overall score. The fastest team to complete the course after penalty points have been added will advance onto the next round.

Double Harness Scurry The equine area has its fair share of fast competitions and the double harness scurry certainly adds to the mix. In a mad dash for the finish line, a pair of ponies pulling a carriage are driven through a course of cones. The drivers must steer their ponies and carriage through the cones, without knocking any of them over. The best drivers are able to navigate the course at a full gallop, no mean feat given the cones are not much wider than the carriage itself.

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Kent Young Farmers The Kent Young Farmers have a large area at the Kent County Summer Fayre, with young people aged 10 to 26 taking part in classes to win rosettes and the championship trophies and awards.

The Kent clubs will

bring cattle, sheep, pigs and small animals. The animals are lovingly prepared during the Show and most competitors are up before 5.00am on Show days to make sure their animals are in pristine condition. The Kent Federation has six clubs attached to schools as well as ten open clubs based throughout the county, giving young people with an interest in food, farming and the countryside the opportunity to meet likeminded people. This year for the first time. the Young Farmers will also be holding the Grand Parade of livestock in the Astor Ring on both Saturday and Sunday.

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Country, game & Canine The Dog and Duck Show The Dog and Duck Show put on a delightful display where sheep dogs herd a flock of ducks around the ring. Using a mix of trained and untrained dogs, the dog and duck team will give an intriguing insight into how a dog's mind works.

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The Lamb National Sheep Race Time for a day at the races! The Herdwick sheep will be paraded in their colours before heading to the starting line. Cheer on your favourite as they race around the track and over the hurdles. All in bright colours with jockeys in tow, the Lamb National is great fun for all the family.

See them in the Countryside Ring.

Birds of Prey Joe's Bows will be putting on

a fantastic display of the feathered kings

of the bird world. The expert handlers will fly their flock of owls, hawks and falcons around the ring in this interactive display.

Meet The Beagles Beagles are a breed of small scent hounds and was originally bred primarily for Hare hunting. These bold and sturdy dogs are a firm favourite among hound lovers. Learn more about Beagles and get the opportunity to say hello to the friendly pups during a demonstration in the Countryside Ring.

K9 Aqua Sports Put your dog to the test with K9 Aqua Sports' dock diving. Take on the time trial to see how fast your dog can leap off the dock, swim to their favourite toy and return it to you. This activity is open to all dogs but they must be over 6 months old and healthy. Have a go with your dog or stand in the splash zone to cheer on the doggy dashers.

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Heritage Vehicles The ever popular Heritage Vehicle Section features a range of exhibits form tractors from tractors to commercial vehicles to stationary engines to cars and motorcycles.

Located opposite the Country and Canine Area, the plumes of smoke from the steam engines can be seen as visitors enter the Showground via Gate 4.


Woodland area Woodland Walk Step out from the busy Show and take a moment to relax in the peaceful Murrain Wood. Planted in 1964, the wood has grown into one of the most beautiful areas of the Showground. Containing a mix of tree species, Murrain Wood is a great place to learn about biodiversity and conservation.

Archery & Axe Throwing

Not for the faint of heart, the archery and axe throwing section is full of thrill and adventure. Practice your Robin Hood skills in the Woodland Area as you concentrate on aiming for your target. Control and accuracy is key to getting the bullseye.

Birds of Prey Talks Learn all about the masters of the sky with these fun and educational talks by Joe's Bows. How do they hunt? How fast can they fly? Find out all this and more from the expert handlers daily in the Woodland Ring.

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Woodland Crafts

Chainsaw Carving

See traditional craftsmen in

It takes a huge amount of skill and

action in the Woodland Craft area.

a steady hand to craft an intricate

Watch as they carve intricate

object out of wood using a

designs into the wood and feel

chainsaw. Marvel as highly skilled

free to ask them questions to find

craftsmen wield their chainsaws

out more on their patient craft.

to create beautiful wooden items, this hair raising performance is

Spoon Academy and Keeler

one not to be tried at home! Catch

Walking Sticks returns to the

them in action in the Woodland

Show carving wood into beautiful

Ring both days of the Show.

handmade objects with ease. Both exhibitors will be attending each day of the Kent County Summer Fayre so make sure you head down to the Woodland Area to watch them in action.

Tractor Rides Feeling sleepy after a great day of eating, shopping and fabulous entertainment? Catch a ride back to your car in style with our free tractor rides. Head down to the Woodland Area and climb aboard the tractor trailer and rest your feet as you're transported back to the carpark.

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Shopping, Eating and Drinking The Kent County Summer Fayre will showcase the very best of what the county has to offer. With something for everyone at the Show, from specialist suppliers to small artisan craftsman, there's bound to be something that catches your eye. The Show has an impressive range of outside catering. For those of you who enjoy a traditional Kentish beer or cider, you will find a number of local producers at the Show. Retail opportunities are important for all of our visitors and we have a wide range of exciting, new and returning stands including garden furniture, clothing, pet products, arts and crafts and agricultural machinery and services.

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General Entertainment Meet a Unicorn

Kent Beekeepers

This year's star of the Show is

Associations

Henny the real-life Unicorn! Come and meet our magical guest and have your photograph taken with the one and only Henny. Henny The Unicorn will be visiting the Show on Sunday, you won't miss him with his brightly coloured rainbow mane!

Creepy Crawly Display

The Maidstone Exhibition Hall will be a-buzz with the Kent Beekeepers Association's Bee and Honey Show. Have a go at rolling and dipping your own candle and discover the best type of flowers to attract bees. See how important the tiny insect is to our ecosystem.

From millipedes, scorpions and tarantulas to cockroaches, stick insects and lots of other creepy crawlies, this is a hands-on and educational experience. Learn all about these interesting insects and where they come from with Creepy Claws Animal Displays.

Traditional Fairground

Miniature Railway Jump on board 'James'. the 7 1/4

There's nothing quite like a touch of nostalgia and the Traditional Fairground is sure to remind you of days gone by. Wiz down the helter-skelter or take a seat on the ferris wheel to enjoy these

gauge miniature engine, for a ride through Murrain Wood. Carefully cared for by the Claude Jessett Trust, 'James' will be running throughout the Show along the extended track which includes a

timeless rides with the kids.

specially built road crossing. 31


Poultry and Egg Show

Elmer's Big Heart of

Stop by the Poultry Area run by

Kent Parade

the Kent Poultry Club. Talk to

Elmer will be visiting the Show

one of the experienced keepers

over the weekend on his special for top tips on looking after your

rainbow Ford Ranger from birds or find out what qualities

Haynes Ford. Come and have make the perfect egg.

your photo taken with Elmer and

Food and Farming

learn more about the Elmer's Big Heart of Kent Parade. Join in

Pay a visit to the Food and Farming Area to discover what exactly goes into your dinner. Find out where food comes from and the processes used to create your favourite dishes.

with fun Elmer themed activities and take part in our competition to win your very own Elmer toy!


The Bandstand The bandstand in the Catering Village is the Show's central hub of music. Grab a seat and enjoy an eclectic mix of Jazz, Rock and Pop from across the eras.

The Lucky 13's Powerful, soulful & uplifting - The Lucky 13s originate from the South East of England. Formed in 2019 they set out to create and perform original music that was swamped in soul and that melds vintage rhythm and blues with modern day story telling.

The band features frontman Jamie Johnson's (from The Voice UK) compelling, gravely, & symphonious vocals over an effortlessly deep pocket, melodic and exciting guitar work from award winning guitarist & composer Dudley Ross and energetic and catchy lines from The Lucky 13s horn section.

Ruby Sisterz The Ruby Sisters are a close harmony quintet, specialising in swing, jazz and pop songs with a vintage vibe. They are all members of The Heart of Kent Show Choir, based in Tenterden, Kent and experienced singers and performers.

The Rockit Choir The Rockits are an original community rock & pop choir who have been singing together for over 10 years and are known for their enthusiastic, fun, approach to singing and socialising.

Marylebone Jelly Marylebone Jelly are a 5 piece band who have been performing together for more than two decades. We have a repertoire that covers the best and classic hits from the last five decades.

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