There’s just under two weeks to go until the Lowther Show arrives at the grounds of the Lowther Castle, bringing a fantastic line-up of sporting pursuits and country inspired living to the stunning Cumbrian countryside.
Taking place within the beautiful grounds of Lowther Castle, this year’s Lowther Show welcomes the return of its ever-popular key show features including the Lowther Horse Driving Trials, Food & Beer Festival, the Lowther Fishing Island and the Lowther Hound Show and, along with its renowned key areas, Lowther is also pleased to welcome a full line-up of countryside fun inside the Realtree Main Arena.
Over in the Realtree Main Arena this weekend, visitors can enjoy demonstrations from some of the finest acts in the country. From equestrian magic with Jonathan Marshall, to the family inspired Ye Olde Redtail falconry, the Main Arena at Lowther also welcomes demonstrations from The Pony Club, The Fell Pony Society and Brian Brinded.
Elsewhere at Lowther, visitors can enjoy a dedicated BASC Stand housing everything to do with shooting and conservation, a Folk Roots Festival, a Survival Camp and both Craft and Antiques Fairs, not to mention a whole host of family inspired entertainment. From Animal displays, Airsoft to Ferrets, there is also a huge array of have-a-go fun, musical entertainment and demonstrations in every rural craft. So whether you’re a sportsman, or a family looking for a day out with the kids there is something for everyone to get involved at the Lowther Show in August.
If you’re thinking of a day out during the summer holidays with the family, why not give the Lowther Show a go and enjoy all what’s in store. You can book your tickets online today at https://www.lowthershow.co.uk/book-your-tickets
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