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If this is half as good as the whortleberry jam, we’ll be having some 😋Mmmm, yummy! ...

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The Food & Craft marquee is filled with lots of lovely exhibitors - come and see their fabulous handmade items. Something for everyone! ...

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Baker George look forward to welcoming all of our visitors and exhibitors and will be open early for great hot coffee and bacon butties............If it gets too wet outside come on in to the Food tent for a snack, lunch or something stronger. ...

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Exford Horse Show ready and waiting For Wednesday........😀 ...

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Fo those of you who are worried, we are keeping a close eye on the weather and currently believe, on the present forecast, the show will go ahead on Wednesday. We look forward. to seeing you there, even if you have to wear a raincoat 😉 ...

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In light of the awful circumstances the world and the UK finds itself in as a result of COVID-19 and the uncertainty it creates for everyone, the Committee have decided to cancel this year’s Exford Show.

We are deeply appreciative of the support we receive from all our exhibitors, craftsmen, Members and visitors and hope that you understand why we have taken this step. We look forward to the measures taken by the UK government resulting in clear improvements over the coming months enabling us all to move ahead and begin living a happy, healthy and normal life once more.

If at all possible, we will try to organise an event from which our exhibitors, craftsmen and other supporters can benefit just as soon as this difficult time passes.


Exmoor is a special place to many and the Show seeks to celebrate this. The finest of local horses, Exmoor Ponies and sheep are on show, together with superb crafts and trade stands. Local food and drink is available on site….and the very special local ice-cream.

The setting is truly breath-taking, looking north over the Exe Valley toward Dunkery and south to Molland Common via Withypool Hill.


Rather aptly, the show shares the field with an ancient burial mound, Herne’s Barrow. According to ancient myth, Herne the Hunter was a ghostly apparition who appeared sporting a set of stag’s horns growing from his head and rattling chains….….. We are not sure whether this barrow belongs to the same Herne or whether we would want it to!

All are welcome. If you love Exmoor and its people, even if you do not share their love of horses or livestock, the show is still worth a visit……why else would it have been going for over a century and a quarter!

We are very grateful to the Branton and Jowell families for allowing us to use their land for the show. That they welcome us year after year, whatever weather Exmoor blesses us with, and without any payment whatsoever, is extremely generous.