The greatest small show in Yorkshire!

Tockwith Show 2015


70th Anniversary


Many thanks to all who turned out on Sunday 2nd August to make it one of the best shows yet. With record entries in the classic cars and fur & feather and good weather to boot there was something to enjoy for all ages.

If you would like to receive a paper copy of the 2016 schedule then email your name & address to stating your requirements and you will be added to our mailing list. Schedules will be posted out mid April 2016.

The 2016 Tockwith Show will be held on Sunday August 7th

Click HERE to view the 2015 Show & Dressage Results!

If anyone lost anything on the showground please contact the secretary at

Pictures from the Main Show Horse events are available on the Chameleon Photography web site. Click here to view their “Latest Events” web page.

Pictures from Saturdays Dressage are avilable from Ed Bird Photography on his Facebook page. Click here to view the Dressage photos.   

Ed Bird Photography

Ed Bird Photography

        2016 Trade Stand inquiries to Bob Ellis Tel: 01423 358393  or email

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The Badsworth & Bramham Hunt



That man with the little Yellow Tractor - Tockwith Show setup

That man with the little Yellow Tractor


Tockwith and District Show Society was founded in 1945. It’s aim was to raise money for the Red Cross to support the personnel at RAF Marston Moor. The 1st Show in 1946 only had 12 helpers but still created a surplus of £58.

Over the years it has progressed from being a purely Horticultural Show to becoming a full Agricultural and Horticultural Show. The attendance in 2007 was estimated to be more than 11,000. This makes it one of the largest one day community events in the area.

The Show Society primarily exists to promote and advance for the benefit and education of the public the practice of agriculture, horticulture, livestock breeding and arts and crafts.

Photographs on this site kindly supplied by Steve Ross ©2012