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Blackwater Country Show

THE BLACKWATER COUNTRY SHOW by the lake returns again with more fun and laughter!

Lots of have-a-go country pursuits in one place such as archery, canoeing and kayaking, clay shooting, fishing and this year Ultimate UK frisbee! Meet local makers selling their original, handmade range of textiles, ceramics, canal art, sculptures, jewellery and paintings. Foodies are spoilt with the delicious range of distillery and brewed beers, fresh local produce, pies, cheeses, pickles, cupcakes, hot food and refreshments to buy. There is flora and fauna, home and garden gifts, collectables, equine and nautical wares.

Join the thousands of people who spectate or take part in a wealth of attractions on the lake, in the main ring and on the showground; cheer on your favourite Pony Club jump relay team, watch Newfoundland rescues, meet magnificent heavy horses in harness and their handlers, watch a Shepherd work his intelligent dogs, handle birds of prey, ride donkeys, enter your pooch into the show/agility/flyball -. Show highlights include main ring activities, meet magnificent heavy horses in harness and their handlers, watch an Ultimate UK Frisbee showcase match and have-a-go, admire classic cars and tractors. There is something for everyone!

Relax or take part at this popular day out in the country! In support of the Essex Air Ambulance. .

Adults £9
Children £4 (3-16yrs)
Family £23 (2 adults + 2 children)
BUY DISCOUNTED PRE-SHOW TICKETS from Maldon Tourist Information Centre (01621) 856503 or Burnham Tourist Information Centre (01278) 787852

Parking is free

Visit the Blackwater Country Show website

Approach show ground using the B1026 Goldhanger Road only. Take Chigborough Road which will be one way only (northbound) on the day. Disabled parking spaces are available in car parks 1 & 2 near the entrance kiosks.

Blackwater Country Show
Chigborough Road,
Maldon CM9 4RB


Sponsored Row and Gig Race for RNLI at Hythe Quay
Saturday January 20th 2018

Hardy rowers set off from Hythe Quay, many in fancy dress, to raise money for the RNLI. The race can be watched from the quay or along the promenade. Start time between 13.30 and 14.00 depending on tidal conditions.