The biggest one-day agricultural show in the UK is held on the 66-acre site of Stoke Park, just a mile from Guildford town centre and welcomes around 30,000 visitors each year.

A fantastic day out, bringing the countryside and rural life into the heart of Guildford, the show brings together hundreds of animals, food and drink, top class entertainment, exquisite rural crafts and competition to provide an unmissable day with something for everyone.

In their last ever show, having sold their farm in Mayfield, East Sussex in order to retire, Jackie and Mike Hind were awarded supreme beef champion for their two-year-old Sussex bull, Mayfield Captain 12. Reserve champion went to Thorndean Farms’ Limousin Thorndean Mumble.

In the dairy class, supreme champion was presented to Brinsbury Millicent 9, a dairy shorthorn from Chichester College at Brimsbury, West Sussex which was shown by ex-student and the college’s current herdswoman Amy Aylwin. Reserve dairy champion was awarded to Barnsowl Jerseys’ Barnown Viscount Victoria 3.

Following on from scooping the supreme sheep champion award two-days earlier at Heathfield Show, Wakeman-Dawson and Harmer’s 18-month-old shearling Southdown ewe Ridings Isabelle 15th was again crowned supreme champion. Reserve champion was awarded to George Anstie for his Southdown ram lamb born in 2018.

The Wakeman-Dawson and Harmer family from Lewes continued to have a successful day at the show later being awarded the supreme pig championship for their Welsh boar. Reserve champion was presented to a Gloucester Old Spot sow called Greta from Claire Wilson’s Oaklands herd at Tunbridge Wells.