Totnes & District Show 2022

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Event Date:

31st July


SUNDAY 31st July 2022

Gates Open at 9am

Join us for a great family day out at the Totnes & District Show.

Cattle, show Jumping, rabbits, poultry, dog Show & terrier racing, food hall, live music and children’s activities. All day entertainment with fantastic Main Ring attractions. Buy tickets at the gate or pre-book tickets online.


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Totnes & District Show 2022 Great Court Farm
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Totnes & District Show 2022

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