Following the success of last year’s show and the feel good factor that went with it, Thame Show is again on its traditional third Thursday in September date on 17th September 2015.
The headline attraction this year in the Main Ring will be the amazing Devil’s Horsemen featuring chariot racing and stunt riding. Their credits are too many to mention but include the likes of Les Miserables, Merlin, Games of Thrones, Cinderella, Atlantis and Dr Who amongst others. There will be top class Show Jumping along with the fast and furious Scurry Driving, the cattle parade, classic cars and agricultural display. There will again be a parade of hounds involving our local packs and the show will close with the Lone Piper. There will be showing classes for Cattle, Sheep and Horses and a display of birds and alpacas.
The Countryside/Events arena will again have acts ranging from the popular Sheep National to Falconry Display, Pig Agility, Sheepdogs, Gundogs, and Cyril the Squirrel Terrier Racing. This year there will be a Premier Dog Show and also a Fun Dog Show where you can bring your pets along and enter a variety of classes. The Food Theatre and Bakery Show will be a feature with demonstrations of glass blowing, leatherworking and stick making. There will be school children from local schools performing on the stage singing and dancing. The army will be on site with a display of weaponry, the Oxfordshire Fire Service with their safety display and Chinnor Rugby Club with their young teams showcasing touch Rugby.
The public bar is here to stay and there will be two large food courts selling a whole range of food and drink. The Food Hall and Shopping and Craft Marquees were both sold out last year and again will be as popular as ever and there will be a vast assortment of trade stalls to buy from. Moving back to September was popular with the Home & Garden section and there will be plenty of exhibits to see in there.
I’m sure everyone will again have a great day out at Thame Show back on its traditional date. Come along and support one of Thame’s biggest days.