Catering Tender applications for 9th July 2022 show are now being accepted -

Download Catering Tender Applications for 9th July 2022 in 2022 Downloads

Please note Section information for 2022 show will be updated in due course as planning for 2022 show is finalised -

In the meantime You may Contact the Section Head for information - Meet the Committee

 Goosnargh & Longridge Agricultural Virtual Show 2021

Entries & Winners 2021 - Some winners yet to be updated

Juniors Arts & Crafts 2021 Pet Dogs 2021

Vintage & Classic Vehicles 2021 General Section 2021

Horticulture 2021 Handicrafts 2021

Goosnargh & Longridge Virtual Agricultural Show 2021

Vikki Wood - 2021 Presidents Address

Hi all, Welcome to your virtual Goosnargh and Longridge Show 2021. Unfortunately, we can’t welcome you to the showground in person so we have taken the show online. I think we are all getting used to communicating online in these strange and uncertain times. I would like to thank the committee and volunteers for their dedication and hard work in bringing the show to you this and every year. Please join us on Saturday 10th July 2021 for what we hope will be an enjoyable experience for all. Before I sign off please make a note of this years show date 10th July 2021 when we really do hope you will particicpate or view the virtual show . Looking forward to your support enjoy the show.

Best regards, Vikki Wood President.

A note from our Chair, Claire Eccles...

We were really looking forward to welcoming back all our visitors in 2021 but unfortunately it wasn’t to be.

Once again we have promoted our show online with a number of classes across 6 sections for you to enter.  As it was last year, entry is by photograph so everyone can get involved.

The committee hasn’t taken the year off, we have continued to meet monthly but on zoom.  We have planned and carried out essential maintenance and improvements to our facilities and have been looking very careful at current farming initiatives.  With a huge emphasis on the environment we have been looking at ‘Nature Friendly Farming’ and how we can do our bit with our 12 acres. I am proud to say that the committee, with a little help from friends in the community, have planted 400 saplings to create a new hedgerow and this is just the first step in our plans to become more ‘Nature Friendly’.

We have a list of exciting fundraisers ready for when restrictions are lifted and we look forward to a time when we can all get together again.