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English National Sheepdog Trials

28th Jul

The English National Sheepdog Championships are coming to Suffolk for the first time ever!

Suffolk on Show is a 3 day event on the 28th, 29th & 30th July running alongside the trials and will be showcasing all that is good within the County of Suffolk.

Exhibitors and trade stands will cover three main themes:
   People, History and Lifestyle
   Agriculture, Food and Drink
   Industry, Arts and Crafts

This will include entertainment, displays and exhibitions and uniquely the promotion and sale of Suffolk based products and services. Ipswich Building Society are sponsoring this event and will be able to offer discounted tickets to 30 members each day which include a hot drink voucher.

Children have free entry and dogs are welcome if kept on a lead

WHEN: 28th, 29th, 30th July 2017

WHERE: Haughley Park, Nr Stowmarket

COST: Discounted to £5 (children go free)

Please ensure you specify which day you wish to attend in the 'comments' section when registering.



Places at this event will be allocated by ballot. Register your interest by clicking below. A ballot will be held following the closing date and members will be contacted to advise whether they have been successful or not in obtaining a place. For joint registrations both members will be allocated places if successful in the ballot.


Event Properties

Event Date 28th Jul
Event End Date 30th Jul
Registration Start Date 04th May
Capacity 100
Registered 0
Available place 100
Cut off date 13th Jun
Individual Price Free
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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