Rural life displays and demonstrations are always popular at the show.  Visitors can get a real feel for the crafts of yesteryear when they see some of our oldest crafts being demonstrated by those who have kept them alive for future generations to enjoy.

You can see everything from a working blacksmith who could be making spades or pokers to wood lathes in action making wooden chair legs or backs.  We have bee keeping, stick dressing, fly tying, gun fitting, bush craft and much more.

With demonstrations taking place at various locations around the fair, visitors will be entertained and educated throughout the two days of the show.