Terrier racing is coming to Weeton Show. If you think your terrier is the fastest terrier in the district then bring them along and enter them in the race! The terriers will run in heats ending with a final. All winners will be awarded a rosette and the overall winner will receive a prize!
Showcasing vintage tractors, commercial vehicles, military and stationary engines, for vintage vehicle enthusiasts and hobbyists, it’s something you won’t want to miss.
The show remains true to the art which dates back to 1662 but with a modern twist which adults can relate to as much as the children. With a bit of slapstick comedy thrown in for good measure: this truly is the reason why Mr Punch has lasted so long and will continue to do so. https://professordan.co.uk/
Guiseley Brass Band is a long-established friendly band, very happy to be playing at this years Weeton Show
A farrier is sometimes also referred to as a blacksmith, although blacksmiths these days do not tend to have any contact with horses. This goes back to when the village blacksmith or “smithy” worked at a high temperature forge to melt and shape iron into horse shoes, wheel rims, tools and other items. Farriers are hoof specialists, their job entails trimming and caring for horses’ hooves as well as shaping and applying horse shoes. See them in action at the show.
The show welcomes the Daleside Brewery to the show once again when it will produce it's extra special ale exclusively for the show, the Weeton Wiggle!
The use of the best quality malts, whole-leaf hops, Daleside’s own yeast, Harrogate water, the adoption of the full traditional brewing process together with the pride and expertise of the family tradition secure.