For details about how to enter the Show and the Schedule of all the Show classes, please see below.

Village Flower Shows have been part of rural life for many years and the Littleton and Harestock Show has quite a history going back to the 1920’s. The heart and soul of the show has always been the competitions for gardeners, artists and cooks.

This year’s competitions include classes for Vegetables, Fruit, Flowers, Pot Plants, Floral Art, Photography, Art. Handwork, Cookery and Preserves

For children and young people, there are classes for all of these and also handwriting and fashion design.

There is also the Women’s Institute competition in which participants compete to produce the best display on a given theme. The results are always stunning and show great creativity and skill.

Why not try your hand in one or more of the classes. There is something for almost everyone and simply having a go is a lot of fun, and…. there are trophies to be won.


1. Complete an entry form

2. Calculate your entry fees

  • Entry fees are 40p per entry for adults for the first 25 entries and free thereafter

  • The entry fee for all the Young Person’s classes is 10p per entry

  • The entry fee must be paid in cash and we are unable to accept payment by cheque

3. Take the completed entry form, together with your entry fee, to one of these people:

  • Andy King, 9 Halls Farm Close, Harestock

  • Patsy and Terry Rath, 16 Main Road, Littleton

  • Diane Collings, 14 Burley Road, Harestock

Exhibits cannot be accepted by Mr King, Mr and Mrs Rath or Mrs Collings.

Your entry form must arrive by 5:00pm on Tuesday 3rd September 2019.

Sorry but no late entries can be accepted.

4. Take your exhibits to the marquee between 8:00am and 9:50am on the morning of Show day

  • When you arrive, give your name at the reception desk and you will be given an entry card for each of your exhibits.

  • Find the tables reserved for the classes you have entered and place your exhibit there, along with your entry card.

Please ensure you arrive in good time, as we have to close the marquee at 10am to enable judging to commence.