1980s theme for this year’s Worcester Show

Worcester Show

Preparations are well underway for this year's Worcester Show which is to have a 1980s theme, with stallholders and visitors invited to join in the fun and don '80s fashion for the event.

In collaboration with Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum, Worcester Show organisers are fostering its 'I Grew Up 80s' exhibition on loan from collector Matt Fox into the theme of this year's show. The exhibition is at the museum from July 8 until September 9.

This year's Worcester Show will be held at Pitchcroft on Sunday August 13 between 10am and 5pm.

As always, the show promises fun for all the family with a wide range of stalls, sideshows, food and drink and live entertainment.

There are also over 140 competition classes ranging from arts and crafts to flowers, vegetables and cookery. Classes are free to enter and an exhibitor may enter up to two entries in most classes. Find out more.

This year there will be several new competitions including visible mending and pressed flowers and there will also be a new section on Creative Technology.

The show is delivered by Worcester City Council, supported by the Friends of Worcester Show.

Ian Hilton Turvey, of the Friends of Worcester Show, said: "There's a superb team working away behind the scenes to get everything ready for the show. We're really excited about the '80s theme for this year's event, it will add even more fun to the show." 

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