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About Us The Dorchester Agricultural Society was set up in 1841 by a group of local farmers and land owners. Intended to be a showcase for local agricultural produce and animals the Show has grown but not beyond recongition from our early days. ...

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Travelling to the Show - Dorchester Showground DT2 7SD The Show will be sign posted from the Dorchester Ring Road.  If you are approaching Dorchester from Yeovil (A37), Wimborne (A35) or Wareham (A352) follow the yellow signs.  The Dorchester Showground is approximately 1 mile from the town centre inside the Ring Road.  Turn towards Dorchester Town Centre at the Kingston Maurward College roundabout and take the first right.  The Showground is on the left. ...

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Dorset County Show 2010 leads the pack with Dancing Diggers and Wolf Man

Dancing Diggers and a man who lives with wolves are among the sensational attractions at this year’s Dorset County Show on September 4-5. Now in its 169th year, the Show in Dorchester has lined up a series of memorable experiences to go alongside the traditional spectacles of rural life and a tempting range of displays and trade stands. Last year’s show saw a record 55,000 visitors, 6,000 animals and 400 stands. This year’s crowd-pleasers include the Diggerland J...

Banish Dog Breath At The Dorset County Show

OWNERS affected by nasty niffs from their dog will be able to enjoy a breath of fresh air and cuddle their dog again, thanks to free Dog Breath Clinics at the Dorset County Show. As part of the Show’s Dog Stars 2010 theme, Dorchester’s Southfield Veterinary Centre will be offering the Show’s first Dog Breath Clinics on September 4-5, to show owners how to freshen up their dogs’ pongy breath. Meat-flavoured toothpaste and dental chews are just two of the weapon...

Champion Cactus Grower set to defend record at Dorset County Show

CHAMPION CACTUS GROWER SET TO DEFEND RECORD AT DORSET COUNTY SHOW  A cactus enthusiast is hoping his plants will bring home the silverware from the Dorset County Show for the 17th year in a row.  David Ennals, 56, of Toller Porcorum, has been exhibiting cacti and flowers at the event and accumulating accolades since 1994, when he first won the top prize in the cactus class.  For the past two years, his incredible cactus displays - which are made up of 80 or 90 cacti...

RECORD-BREAKING CROWDS FLOCK TO DORSET COUNTY SHOW!

It was a bumper year for the Dorset County Show as more than 56,000 people attended the South West’s biggest two-day agricultural showcase. Delighted organisers hailed the event, now entering its 170th year, as one of the best ever. Show Secretary Sam Mackenzie-Green said: ‘It’s the range of different attractions that make the show so popular with families year after year – and parents love it that kids get in for free! ‘We have sensational headliners t...

Dorset County Show invites growers to sell plants

CALLING all professional plant growers! Come and sell your plants along the new plant avenue at Dorset County Show on the weekend of September 3-4, 2011. An avenue is being established in response to popular demand from show visitors and nurseries. Robin Pitcher, the show’s Horticultural Chairman, said: ‘The idea behind the new plant avenue is to give local plant growers the chance to sell and showcase their plants to a wide market at an affordable cost. ‘The...

Dorset County Show revs up with world famous motorbikes and dancing sheep

THE UK’s number one motorbike display team ‘Bolddog Lings’ are ready to wow the crowds at this year’s Dorset County Show on September 3-4. Now in its 170th year, this event is on track to be the most amazing show yet and break last year’s record of over 56,000 visitors. The Show in Dorchester has got an exciting range of attractions that showcase the traditional country life. The Show is set to have over 6,000 animals and 450 tempting stands. Trade stan...

Dorset County Show headliner Titan The Robot makes a cameo appearance on Channel 4's Big Brother.

Click below to see the housemates' surprise when they set eyes on him! http://www.channel4.com/bigbrother/video/2010/Jul/7/titan-is-in-the-house/play.c4 Titan will be appearing at this year's Dorset County Show. Read more about Titan here....