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Malvern Autumn Show

23rd - 24th Sep 2017 - 181 days to go!

Malvern Autumn Show

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Seek out gardening secrets with Carol Klein

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Join TV chef Tom Kerridge as he cooks up a storm

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Head back in time to the Vintage Village

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A celebration of the British harvest.

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Experience It

There's lots to experience at the Malvern Autumn Show, there's something for the whole family.

New - Family Zone

Have fun in the family zone with activities including the Junk Ball Run, circus and garden games, or chill out on the bean bags with the kids.
Activity Arena
All day entertainment in the Activity Arena featuring duck herding, dog agility and gundog displays. 
Meirion Owen's Quack Pack provides entertaining duck herding demonstrations with his team of border collies and Indian Runner ducks. 
World of Animals sponsored by Bredon School
A popular area, with animals of all shapes and sizes waiting to greet visitors including dogs, horses, sheep and much more.  The Heavy Horses are holding demonstrations throughout the weekend.  Don’t miss the daily animal parades in the Teme Arena and the feathers of the Poultry Show*.  
New for 2016 sees the Young Pig of the Year competition brought to Malvern Autumn Show along with British Saddleback Pig Championships.  Sunday also welcomes the Ryeland Lamb Championships where you can get up close and personal with these woolly wonders. 
Old Tyme Fairground
Visitors can have all the fun of the fair when they come to the show. With rides all dating from the 1900s, fair goers can take a turn on the Carousal, Helter Skelter and Ferris Wheel, all ornately gilded and decorated in bright colours.  All riders will return spinning and giddy from this amazing show of yesteryear!   
*Please note: it is with regret the Rabbit Show at the Malvern Autumn Show has been canceled due to the threat of the contagious RHD2 disease within the rabbit population (the disease poses no threat to humans).  We will work closely with the British Rabbit Council to ensure the Rabbit Show returns to Malvern Autumn Show when safe to do so.


No dogs allowed No dogs allowed