Caerwys Agricultural Show 2022

Tickets on the gate, but 2019 prices held for advance sales

Family (two adults & two children) £20 (or £18 in advance) / Adult: £8 (or £7 in advance) / Concession: £6 (or £5 in advance) / Children: (3-16) £4 (or £3 in advance) / Age 3 and under FREE

Plus, once you’re on the showground, all entertainment for children is FREE – including a Circus School, archery, a land train and Punch & Judy.

Look out locally for Tickets Available Here posters, for advance sales. Outlet details will posted on our 2022 Facebook page.

Timetable of Events

9:00am Judging of Shetland Ponies

9:45am Judging of the Heavy Horses

10:00am Judging of Shire Horses

Judging of Light Horses

Judging of Beef Cattle and Sheep

Produce Tent closed for judging

10:30am Judging of Dairy Cattle

11:45am Prejudging of Carriage Driving Classes (in exercise paddock)

12:15pm Shire and Heavy Horse – Trade and Agricultural Turnouts

12:30pm Carriage Driving Classes

12:30pm Judging of Supreme Interbreed Sheep Championships

1:00pm Judging of Junior Shepherd Classes in Main Ring

1:30pm Accompanied Tour of the Showground for Official Guests

1:30pm Gareth Lewis Gundog Demonstration

2:00pm Vintage Tractor Parade


4.00pm Clwyd Axemen              

4:30pm Tug Of War

5:00pm Roll-a-Bale Contest

Bringing our communities together, town and country.

After a three year hiatus, our annual celebration of rural life – dating back to the early years of the last century – and the only Agricultural Show left in Flintshire, returns as a resilient marker for the start of Summer.

And, this year’s Show is all the more significant – as a homecoming.

For the first time in 27 years, Ty Ucha Farm, here in Caerwys, will be the site for our 40th Anniversary, thanks to our hosts, Elfed and Nerys Thomas.

So, don’t forget; if you’re thinking of competing, the deadline for entries is May 31st and all the classes and forms, including the children’s section, can be found here on the website under Competitions, including Rules & Regulations, or in our Schedule that you can download here.

A Real Family Day Out

Having been stuck in our homes or with limitations set on our freedoms, this year’s Show promises to be the first opportunity for us all to enjoy the great outdoors with the camaraderie and friendly competition that makes an Agricultural Show such a great day out.

From demonstrations of animal husbandry to, this year, a Circus School; traditional crafts and produce, as always, will surround the Main Ring displays, the tractors and the Grand Parade.

So mark your diaries for Saturday June 11th

If you’d like to get involved, old hands and new are welcomed, from support setting up the show to livestock stewarding on the day (and plenty more helpful roles in-between) please email