The Christow Show is held in a field nestled in the heart of the Teign Valley surrounded by beautiful scenery.
Situated between Newton Abbot and Exeter it can be located using the following map:
Sat Nav users: EX6 7WA
*2018 prices to be confirmed*
Family Ticket: £9 (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Tickets can be purchased on the day from the entrance gates.
Free parking in the field adjacent to the show field. Please follow the direction of the car parking stewards.
Limited parking is available next to the ring for disabled persons. Please speak to the car parking stewards on arrival.
Various catering facilities will be available; from burgers to cream teas.
A lively bar, serving locally produced beers and cider, will be open from 11am.
Catering provided by local organisations.
Well behaved dogs are welcome to visit when accompanied by a responsible owner.
Please clean up after your dog. Drinking water for dogs is available from an outside tap near the entrance of the community hall.
Do not leave dogs unattended in your car – hot weather can prove fatal.
Dogs may like to strut their stuff at the ever popular afternoon dog show or alternatively compete in the adrenaline fuelled terrier racing.
Toilets are located within the Community Centre and by the main pedestrian entrance. Disabled and baby change facilities are available.
First aid is provided by WHS Responders. They are located in the horse event field.
If you require treatment please make yourself known to a WHS responder or a show steward.
Attendees are asked to remember that this is a country show. All members of the public enter the show at their own risk.
Please be aware of animals, machinery and other obstacles at all times.
Vehicles and belongings left at the owners own risk.
The committee and organisers can accept no responsibility for injury, accident, loss or damage, however occurred.
Show Charity 2017
For people with Parkinson’s and their family and friends, this group offers regular social activities, mainly in the evening. Further, the group provides support to people who are still working. Members come from South and East Devon; some travel from North Devon.
Donations of money are used to start up new activities for anyone affected by Parkinson’s, whether already members of the group or not. Examples of such activities include yoga classes, speech therapy and communications skills workshops, art classes, singing groups, and exercise groups.
Past donations have allowed significant additional support to be extended to people with Parkinson’s.
The show committee would love to hear your thoughts and feedback about the show. Tell us what you love and/or what we can improve for next year.
If you’re interested in joining the show committee and helping shape the future of the show please contact the Show Secretary for details: [email protected]