Hit show set for repeat as organisers on track for more success

March 01 2015

TALENT and traders are being sought for the second South Gloucestershire Show after the success of the inaugural event last summer.

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TALENT and traders are being sought for the second South Gloucestershire Show after the success of the inaugural event last summer.
Inquiries from exhibitors are already being made for the show on August 1 and 2, which is set to bring in some 20,000 visitors over two days.
Event manager Darren Hawkins said the organising team was keen to have as many local businesses – both big and small - represented as possible.
Local musicians, clubs, groups and societies are also welcome to showcase their talents, skills and work in the community.
Among those exhibiting and putting on displays in the 2014 debut event were air cadets, karate and judo clubs and local churches.
More than 28 bands also took to the big stage and this year there will be even more opportunities to entertain the crowds as an acoustic tent will be open for smaller bands, solo artists and other performers.
The show is billed as the biggest event of its kind in South Gloucestershire, with a programme being devised to entertain people of all ages and celebrate life in the district.
It will again be held at the Windmill Fisheries showground, Westerleigh Road, with events including shooting, fishing and golf competitions, a car show and main arena attractions.
 Anyone who wants to be part of the show is asked to email hello@southglosshow.co.uk or phone 01454 222959 as soon as possible to ensure they can reserve their place.
Darren said: “Excitement is building for the 2015 show and we organisers would appreciate as much notice as possible to try and ensure that each group gets the time and space they deserve.”