The Surrey Heath Show is back for 2016

The Surrey Heath Show is back for a staggering ninth year. This year the event welcomes sponsors The Best Print and Specsavers. The Show is an annual event designed to offer interest and fun to all the family. It consists of perennial favourites, such as the companion dog show, children's rides, classic cars, military vehicles and arena events.

Each year thousands of people flock to Frimley Lodge Park to enjoy this fantastic, varied day out for all the family. The main arena, sponsored by Morrisions Solicitors, will host a variety of performances from Zumba and cheerleading to dance and martial arts; there is sure to be something for all the family to enjoy.

In addition to this, the main marquee will host a flower show featuring local horticulturists, many of whom exhibit at the Chelsea Flower Show. A wide range of plants will be available to buy on the day.

Spike - Surrey Heath Show Mascot

The Show’s own BBQ will be offering succulent burgers, hot dogs and bacon rolls, all sourced from a local independent butcher. In addition there will be food stalls serving baguettes, doughnuts and crepes.

The Classic Car display attracts a great selection of cars and vehicles every year and is well worth a taking time out to enjoy.

There will also be plenty to occupy children with bouncy castles, roundabouts, mega slide, and a climbing wall. Don’t forget to explore the rest of the park by taking a ride on the miniature railway!

The annual Companion Dog Show is always a very popular element to the Show. You can bring your dog along on the day to enter. Entries for all classes will be from 11am and judging starts at 12 noon.

This really is a great day out for all the family. Many of the monies raised by the Surrey Heath Show are donated to local community groups and charities. Last year, £11,000 was awarded to 22 community groups and charities.

The Surrey Heath Show will take place at Frimley Lodge Park on Saturday 30 April 2016 from 10am – 4pm. The event is free to attend, however, for those attending in a car a £3 car parking charge will apply.

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