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The Surrey County Show is a fantastic family day out, bringing the countryside and rural life into the heart of Guildford.

The show brings together hundreds of animals, food and drink, top class entertainment, exquisite rural crafts and competition to provide an unmissable day out with something for every member of the family.

The show is held on the 66 acre site of Stoke Park, just a mile from Guildford Town Centre. The biggest one day agricultural show in the UK, it welcomes around 40,000 visitors each year and has the luxury of excellent road links, a train station just a few minutes’ walk away and free off-site park and ride.

With a family ticket costing about the same as a trip to the cinema, the Surrey County Show is a day out not to be missed!


The 2016 Surrey County Show was an unmissable family day out and the 2017 show will be the biggest and most exciting yet! Picking the highlights is difficult in such an action packed day but here are some of the 2016 highlights to give you a taster of what to expect on the day.

The James Dylan Motorcycle Stunt Team wowed the crowds in the Grand Arena with jumps. wheelies and brilliant comedy routines. This needs to be seen to be believed!

International horse and rider combinations competed in our Grand Prix and County Stakes Show jumping classes in the Grand Arena. With a prize fund of over £6000, competition was hot!

Miller's Ark Petting Farm were at the show with goats and kids, sheep and lambs, piglets, miniature donkeys and ducklings. The children loved it!

Shopping, shopping and more shopping. Clothing, jewellery, homewares and unique crafts, From electric bikes to handmade leather belts, from beautiful jewellery to a brand new car, visitors shopped till they dropped at the County Show.

The Countryside Arena. Always a firm favourite with our visitors who enjoyed falconry, gun dogs, terrier racing, fly fishing, beagles and sheep dogs throughout the day.

The Surrey Food Theatre was back. We had an exciting line up this year. Dan Britten returned with butcher Simon Taylor and we welcomed the Abinger Cookery school for the first time, along with cheese making and Gardeners Question Time. Foodie heaven!

A ring dedicated to dogs! This year our dog ring was busy all day with dog agility demonstrations, the ever popular family dog show and demonstrations from the excellent Service Dogs UK team.

Animals galore! Hundreds of cattle, sheep, pigs, horses, goats and donkeys competed throughout the day for the coveted Surrey County Show rosettes and prize cards.