We’re crossing our fingers for good weather for this weekend’s Turriff Show – always one of the highlights of the North East of Scotland’s summer calendar.
Now in it’s 153rd year, the show takes place at The Haughs, Turriff on Sunday 30th and Monday 31st July.
In addition to a wide range of traditional agricultural displays and competitions, the event includes pipe band displays, highland dancing competitions, children’s activities and races, the Scottish Ryeland National Sheep Show, a dog show, Scottish Circus workshops, and the Wobbly Wife Carrying Championships to raise vital funds for Funding Neuro.
New attractions for 2017 include The Kangaroo Kid Quad Bike Team, a captivating stunt show using specially fitted quad bikes, and the crowd-pleasing Mark Wylie and the Drakes of Hazard, featuring Mark Wylie with his sheepdog and duck display team. You’d be quackers to miss it!
You’ll find us in the food fayre, in the good company of a wide range of local producers sampling a wide range of foods including beef and fish, cheese, jams and chutneys, ice cream, fine wines and fruit liqueurs.
Entry costs from £15 for an adult one day pass to £45 for a one day family ticket. Under 12’s go free.
View the full programme here