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News from the Show Council (Past & Present)

Show Schedule for 2022 released

The Show Schedule for 2022 has been made available for download to our visitors. Click here to download the Show Schedule

Show day shuttle bus service

Free bus shuttle service ill be available on show day from Emley Village Cross to show ground and back. This service starts at the Cross at 9.00am , then 10.00am then 11.00am and then at 30 min intervals throughout the day.  The last return trip from the Showground leaves at 17.45

2022 Cookery, Craft, Art and Photography Schedule

Our section is very pleased to be preparing for the 2022 show after missing two years.  We are so pleased to be back and we hope you all return too with your wonderful entries across the four areas of our section.  The schedule is now available and it has been rolled through from the planning for the 2020 show.  Our thoughts behind this were for the craft section if they...

Ticketing details for 2022 announced

Early Bird discount tickets for Emley Show will be on sale here from June 1st 2022. They will cost £12 per adult. Children under 16 will continue to be FREE. There will be a small booking fee.  Tickets bought on Show Day will cost £15 per adult.  Advance tickets will no longer be available from local shops.

A blue knitted baby bonnet

Old and New Crafting Skills Used During a Year Of Lockdown

By Rosie Donnan During the first March of lockdown, the new rules of wearing a mask encouraged me to get out my sewing machine and use up any cotton material and elastic I had lying around and make face masks. The internet was full of patterns and after several methods were tried, I came up with one that suited me. I wanted to make provision for an added layer to...

A turn up for the books!

During lockdown I decided to follow up a new craft, the art of wood turning, using a lathe. I managed to acquire a second hand lathe, that came with some chisels and along with a lot of YouTube videos I decided to have a go. I decided to try turning something small and ended up making a snowman. I posted a picture on my Facebook page and suddenly everyone wanted...