In 2016 Jason wowed the Crowd by flying over 30ft high and 75ft from ramp to ramp in our main ring, whilst performing breathtaking aerial tricks. He carried out a spectacular quad freestyle display, catching t shirts in mid air and then awarding them to spectators.
Watch as the Axemen cut through lengths of timber with either an axe or saw. They race to see who can cut through in either the fastest time or in the minimum blows with the axe. The finale of the Show involves Axemen climbing a 12 foot ‘tree’ using only an axe and footboards. When they reach the top of the tree they then chop it off!
The Sheep Show is EDU-tainment at it’s best. The show introduces us to 9 different breeds of sheep, each with a story to tell and are welcomed on to the stage by their own theme tune. We are then given a very informative shearing
display and learn more about wool.
To round off the Show the sheep then do The Sheep Show Shuffle, Yes, dancing sheep !!
David is a sheep and arable farmer from Bedfordshire and as well as being, one of our Show Vice Presidents, is always one of the main attractions at the Show. He gives the audience a display with sheep and geese showing the skill and commitment of his working sheepdogs. The highlight of the Show for many of our younger visitors is when they are invited into the main ring to help out!
Birds Of Prey Displays Ltd, offer something very different from the typical flying falconry display. They concentrate on the natural behaviour of their magnificent birds, showing them doing what they do best- flying free- in the most natural displays of their kind.
the Young Farmers Marquee to see the exhibits prepared by members of the
Cambridgeshire Federation of Young Farmers Clubs. These include floral art,
cookery, art & craft, metalwork and woodwork.
Our Livestock area is always very
popular giving visitors the chance to get close to some farm animals.
Our Food hall area is a great way to fill up on fresh local food and sample great products from around the county.
This display is kindly organised by the
Cambridge Vintage Tractor Club and gives visitors a chance to compare the old tractors and machinery with their modern counterparts .