For Animal Lovers

Please note: The information below relates to 2019's Open Day and Country Fair. We will update this page as soon as we have more information regarding the 2020 Open Day and Country Fair. 

From small animals to large animals we have it all.

In our state of the art Animal Studies Centre, check out the range of cats, dogs, birds, fish and other exotic creatures. Visit the Blue Cross cat rehoming centre and watch the critically endangered Scottish wild cats being fed. Within and around the Centre will be a number of animal related organisations.  More details as they are confirmed.

In our Equine Arena, meet our ponies and College horses and watch the displays of riding, jumping and gymnastics on horses.

There’s more in our Veterinary Nursing centre too – from the creepy crawly corner to animal bandaging!

As well as all that you can watch the dancing sheep in the Sheep Show, dogs as they herd ducks, falconry demonstrations, the sheep shearing, Dutch spotted sheep and calf shows. The Mounted Police will be in attendance around the show and the Police dogs and their handlers will be demonstrating the vital work that they do.

We will also be hosting the 3rd Annual Dutch Spotted Sheep Show. If you raise and breed Dutch Spotted Sheep make sure you take part in our show. For full details and how to apply download our DSS 2019 Application Form.


For the Kids

Inflatable activity zones, punch and judy, tractor rides and more...

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For Petrol Heads

Classic car demonstrations, autotesting and motor displays

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The Countryside Zone

Agriculture displays, bird and animal demonstrations and a 'have a go' area!

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Equestrian Arena

An action packed schedule of equestrian performance and competition

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For Animal Lovers

Lots of cute animal displays, the chance to meet the College animals and much more

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Want to know if you can bring your dog? What time does parking open? What does the ticket include? 

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