I went to the Kent show yesterday, which was my first time as I had assumed like many it was just to do with farming animals and machinery. I was amazed to see such an assortment of shows, stalls, animals and so much more. I attended because one of my grandchildren was walking sheep around the ring and participating in the classes every day of the show. The school she goes to has a working farm so if they want to they can learn all about the animals, it is such a good idea if you are hoping to go into some work to do with farming or animals. Mia is hoping to be a vet.

They did very well plus the sheep behaved themselves unlike some of the others who appeared very stubborn or jumping about. They have a lot of classes each day for the different animals, it must take a huge amount of organising but it was very well attended with them all having fun.

They even had flower pot men walking about talking to people.










The range of entertainment was amazing covering a huge area, I can imagine on a nice day this would be packed. From children 4 to 7 riding bikes around a course, plus the opportunity for your children to have a try. An assortment of old bikes, cars, busses and an antique fair plus a fairground to look around and have a go on the rides. Dog carved from wood made into a bench, snakes that hang about and giant tortoises that are so gentle. The assortment of stalls was amazing with every type of food and drink you could think of plus equestrian, dogs also farm and home development ideas and products.

It does take you all day to walk around, I didn’t manage that and have spent today relaxing dosed up on painkillers, but it was worth it to see Mia having such fun. Well worth a trip out, the price of the ticket was £22 which I thought was a lot but once I realised how much was there I feel this is worth it, a great family day out for everyone.


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