VINTAGE TRACTOR AND HERITAGE SHOW
Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th November 2018
The Newark Vintage Tractor and Heritage Show is a true celebration of our country’s agricultural heritage, with exciting attractions and events to entertain the whole family.
- Over 800 Vintage tractors
- Heritage Crafts and Demonstrations
- Rare Breeds
- Discovery Trail – Follow the clues and get answers to simple questions to enter a Prize Draw and you could win a 6ft XMAS TREE and TWO ADULT TICKETS to the Nottinghamshire County Show 2019. Gate value £30.00. (children 17 years and under have FREE entry)
- Family Scarecrow Competition – Every entry will receive ONE TICKET to both the Vintage Tractor Show and the Nottinghamshire County Show. Gate value £27.00 (children 17 years and under have FREE entry) PLUS the WINNING Scarecrow will receive a 6ft XMAS TREE.
- Father XMAS – Come along and say hello and tell Santa what you’re dreaming of for XMAS.
- Can You Guess My Name? – We have a real live scarecrow visiting us this year at the Vintage Tractor Show.If you can guess their name correctly from a list of twelve names and you could win a delicious Scarecrow Cake and TWO TICKETS to the Nottinghamshire County Show 2019
- Remembrance Sunday Service – pay tribute to our armed forces who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom.
- Saturday Auction – come and join the auction of vintage tractors, vehicles and parts, hosted by Brown & Co. or watch all the fun.
- Sunday Sortout – Collectors and restorers accumulate items that are too good to scrap, but they never get around to restoring or fitting them. Tractors and stationary engines, spares, tools, implements, dairy equipment, sacks, literature, books, ephemera, poultry equipment, trailers, furniture, ex-military items, lorry spares and, of course, those miscellaneous and mystery items!
By bringing them to our Sunday Sortout you can help another collector, as your unwanted item may prove to be just the missing part to complete a restoration or improve a collection.
CHALK to FORK is the Educational Social Enterprise Project provided by
Newark and Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society charity