Hawkshead Show

Hawkshead Hall Farm
 
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Hawkshead Show is back this Summer!

Set in the Vale Of Esthwaite famous for William Wordsworth & Beatrix Potter, who happens to be one of our founder members. The show field is situated half a mile north of our quaint village.

With plenty of attractions for people to see all day – We have the judging of all horse classes ranging from the miniatures to the heavy horses, Private driving (horse & small carriage) and jumping classes, Judging of a large variety of sheep along with dogs & cattle.

The Horticultural is a must to see. With home produce, flowers vegetables, arts & crafts.

Directions

Post Code for SAT NAV – LA22 0NN

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Hawkshead show field is located 5 miles to the south of Ambleside to the west side of Windermere Lake.

Take the A593 Coniston, Langdale road out of Ambleside for half a mile then take the first left onto the B5286 for 4 miles show field on the left to the north of the village

Traveling from the south or Furness Turn off the A590 at Newby Bridge onto the B5286 for 9 miles, at the recreation ground turn left onto North Lonsdale Road. Half a mile North of village show field on the right.

Hawkshead Hall Farm


20th August 2024
10am
5pm
Book now
Price:

Adults: £10.00
Children: £5.00
FREE PARKING

 
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