The event draws an interesting mix of contemporary, custom, classic and vintage motor cycles and takes place around the village green and the Red Lion pub car park. While there are no more free pints, the riders keep coming once a year, every year. Tonight we encourage you to enjoy a ride out before arriving for Club Night.
Hopefully this site will give you all the information you need to help you enjoy your day out at the show, held annually on the last Saturday in September. The next event is on the Saturday 28 September As usual there will be the normal ploughing match in the morning and the Country Show in the afternoon with all your favorite exhibitions and demonstrations.
Back inLord Bathurst had a dream of staging an event primarily for people from the countryside, or with an interest in farming. In that dream was realised, and after 8, people passed through the gates of that first show, the concept of Where Town Meets Country was born. Today, Lord Bathurst is still keen to foster a sense of love and respect for, and understanding of, the countryside and country issues among his neighbours in towns and cities and to give everyone — whether from town or countryside — a great day out.
Blenheim Palace horse trials are firmly established in the eventing calendar. Children 12 years of age and under can enter the event free of charge when accompanied by an adult, however due to health and safety requirements each child requires a complimentary entrance ticket. Moreton Show was first held inon the exact same site it occupies today, which is part of the Batsford Estate.
Cotswold Vintage Tractors, as the name suggests, are located in the Cotswolds in the village of Weston Subedge. Richard Cole the owner has extensive knowledge of vintage agricultural tractors and implements. Richard has over 30 years commercial tractor experience at service and restoration level.
The Cotswolds are packed full of sights for everyone, but there are lots of places with fabulous activities that will appeal to families in particular. Read on to find out about the best things to do in the Cotswolds with kids, from locals in the know! Stretching from Bath in the south-west, up towards Stratford-Upon Avon in the north, and Oxford in the east, the Cotswolds covers a large area of south-west England including parts of six counties; Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire.
Find out by reading our not-to-be-missed Cotswold Claims to Fame. Shops Retail therapy. Organised by Moreton Show in conjunction with the North Cotswold Tractor Club, the convoy of 70 tractors will cover a mile route that avoids the major roads. Anyone who wants to take part should register in advance by contacting Moreton Show on or via the show website.
Vintage Tractors in the Cotswolds. Anyone know the whereabouts of this tractor Use to work in the Chipping Campden area?? Video showing the Oats being threshed using an old threshing mill power by a Fordson-Major vintage tractor.