|Saturday 24th June 2017||10:00am - 5:00pm|
|Sunday 25th June 2017||10:00am - 5:00pm|
|Pay on entry to the Show at the School Road pedestrian entrance.|
|Teenagers (13 to 19)||£2|
|Children (12 years old and under)||Free!|
|Carers with CAN card||Free!|
|Well behaved dogs||Free!|
|How To Get Here|
There is a FREE car park in a field adjacent to the Hurst Show and Country Fayre.
No additional charges will be made for this facility.
There are numerous Internet websites which offer driving directions.
The free car park is located at 51.451 N, -0.856 E, and the nearest postcodes
are RG10 0SD and RG10 0DR.
Once you get close to the site please follow the temporary signs which will direct you to the free car park.
|You might want to try one of these sites for directions:|
|As you approach the show temporary signs will guide you to the FREE car park.|
|We request that all drivers show due consideration for residents and other road users. The roads around the Show can get congested at times, so please use the free car park provided.|
|There are some disabled parking spaces available on the St Nicholas Primary School tarmac playground, close to the school building on its right hand side. The school, in School Road, is adjacent to the show site.|
The nearest stations are:
Twyford (1.5 miles) on the Reading - Paddington line, operated by First Great Western Link
Wokingham (3 miles) and Winnersh (1.5 miles) on the Reading - Waterloo line, operated by South West Trains
Taxis are available at Twyford and Wokingham stations.
limited bus service on Saturdays
Hurst Pond is the nearest listed bus stop.
There is no Sunday service.
|If you live in the village, then the best way to get to the Show is on foot.|
Burgers and other refreshments
will be on sale throughout the day in the Food Tent.
Ice creams, candy floss and pop-corn will be available at other stalls.
Tea, coffee and a range of cold drinks will be available.
The well stocked bar will be serving beer, lager and other drinks.
|Toilets will be available in the Village Hall adjacent to the Hurst Show and Country Fayre.|
|First aid facilities will be available on both days. Should you need medical attention please seek out an organiser who will be able to assist you.|
|Well behaved dogs are welcomed at the Show (although please bear in mind that there will be small children running around the site and there are a number of animal attractions). You may want to consider entering your pet in the light-hearted Terrier Races which take place each day.|
|Who has the fastest dog in the village? Enter a heat and race your dog up the length of the Orchard arena. Sections for terriers and non-terriers. Lots of rosettes to be won! Winners go through to a final on Sunday afternoon to win the prestigious trophy. 50p an entry.|
|Have a go at Dog Agility|
|Let the experts take you round the Dog Agility course with your own dog..... are you and your four legged friend naturals? Just 50p a go, come and get your ticket from the dog show gazebo. Sunday, midday, Orchard Arena.|
If you have any questions about the Hurst Show and Country Fayre that are not answered on our website, then please feel free to contact us.