Welcome to the 98th Flintham Ploughing Match and District Agriculture Show – Thursday 27th September 2018

Granby Lane, Bingham, Nottinghamshire, NG13 9AJ

The Flintham Show dinner 2018 will take place on Tuesday 06 February at the Cedric Ford Pavilion, Newark Showground.

Arrival is 7.00 for 7.30 to be seated at 7.45. After dinner entertainment will be highly acclaimed female entertainer/comedian Nina Gillingham

Ticket price is £32 per person to include menu below


Cream of Spicy Parsnip Soup


Roast Sirloin of Beef with Yorkshire Pudding carved at the table

Chef’s selection of Seasonal Vegetables and Potatoes

Veg Option: Red Onion Tart Tatin with a Chive Sauce


Treacle Sponge with Vanilla Custard


English Cheeseboard


Coffee & Mints

For further information please email Lisa.Seel@duntop.co.uk or call Lisa on 01636 640321

‘Friend of Flintham Show’

Not only are you supporting the show by becoming a ‘Friend of Flintham Show’, the Society offers you exclusive use of the hospitality marquee where you can reserve a table for the day.  A ‘Friend of Flintham Show’ ticket and badge includes entrance into the show and the catering marquee, where you can have free morning coffee and shortbread biscuits, an excellent 3 course lunch (£24.00) and afternoon tea with freshly baked scones and clotted cream (£2.50).

Tickets are £10.00 when purchased online – or £12.00 on show day

Once again the Society is pleased to announce that their will be two show rings – main attractions and the light horse ring plus another challenging competition.

Trade Stands are just one of the many things to see and do this year. These stands give businesses a chance to showcase what they have to offer whilst meeting current and potential customers. A range of products and services will be on show and for sale for those who enjoy a bit of retail therapy!

Over the years there has been a growing interest in Flintham Show’s craft marquee. This huge marquee will be brimming with excellent and innovative stalls ‘selling, making and doing’ all things craft.

There will be a range of events running throughout the day. From Horse Ploughing to Hedging you won’t be short of something to see or do! You can visit the livestock area, plus the educational tent which also displays the bygones from farming through the years.

The show also has a Horticultural marquee with competitions for all ages alike. From home baked goods to vegetable growing and wine making to flower arranging, there is always something interesting to see in this marquee of many talents!

With this years site having two rings there will be a range of fantastic attractions to see through out the day. You can sit and watch the horse classes or visit the main attraction ring where there will be a display of gun dogs, the horses and hounds and the bloodhounds and much more. The shows extensive history means the day will be full of both traditional and modern attractions – all equally exciting!

Tractors on display at the Flintham Show

What’s on for 2017

Livestock: Cattle and Sheep – Ploughing: horse and tractor – Shopping: crafts, trade and food stands – Light Horse Ring: open ridden cob, working hunter, pure or part bred Cleveland Bay horses, best shod horse award –  Main Ring Attractions: gun dogs, birds of prey, fork lift competition, south Notts Hunt, bloodhounds – Horticulture: flowers, baking, vegetables, wine, photography, art – Catering Marquee: morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea.

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What a fantastic day we had

The Flintham Show made for a fabulous day out. It was our first time and we’ll definitely be back again next year. The children had a great time and loved seeing all the farm machinery up close.


The Flintham Show just seems to get better every year. Its always nice to see the mix of old and new, especially in the Ploughing competition and the Tractor displays.

A great day and lovely food!

We had a lovely day out at the Flintham Show. We treated ourselves and became Friends of Flintham and really enjoyed the meal we had at lunchtime.