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Camborne Show 2007

The Camborne Show, is a one day show with cattle, horses, dogs, entertainment and trade stands. This year it moves to a new site. Find out more...

The Camborne Show is an annual event which attracts thousands of people.

There is entertainment for all ages including bands, falconry, gun dog, duck and dog demonstrations.

BBC Cornwall went along to the Camborne Show last year. Click on the link below to enjoy our pictures:

The Main Arena events include Show Jumping and the judging of cagebirds, cattle, dogs and much more.

Camborne Show

Shire Horses at the show

Visitors will be able to enjoy displays of livestock of the highest quality such as this prize bull. Last year the competition was very stiff with proud owners displaying some fine examples of breeds in all classes.

For the first time last year Goats made a appearance at the Camborne Show, and made such an impact with many visitors and participants who were surprisd at just how beautifull these creatures can be.

Live entertainment on the day will be provided by Camborne Youth Band and The Great Western Jazz Company.

This years show takes place on Saturday 21 July 2007 at its new site:

Gwealavellan Farm,
Nr Coombe,

It can be found on the B3301 road from Hayle to Portreath adjacent to 'Hells Mouth'.

To find out more click on the link to visit the Camborne Show website:


last updated: 27/06/07

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