2018 Montgomery Show

All Change at Montgomery for 2019?

With the 2018 show fast approaching news emerges of far reaching changes that will effect the 2019 event.

With over 100 years of history behind it the show now faces a critical period of re-organisation before the next year’s event can take place. After many years of service a number of the organising committee will be standing down.

Resultingly, it is imperitive that new volunteer committee members are found and appointed so that the necessary planning can take place for 2019. To this end an extra-ordinary committee meeting will be held at The Dragon Hotel, Montgomery on Thursday, 11th October 2018. Commencing at 7.30 pm guests will be welcomed and the meeting will commence at 8 pm.

If anyone in the Montgomery area feels they can give up time to help in the planning and preparation of next year’s show they should contact anyone on the existing committee and put their names forward. Contact telephone numbers for nearly all the committee members are listed on the “contacts and who’s who” page of this website. If you wish to e-mail a response indicating your willingness to participate please do so at martinwalter695@gmail.com. Your details will be passed on and the committee looks forward to meeting you on 11th October.

Commenting on the forthcoming changes, Chairman, Chris Boundy says,

“some committee members have loyally worked for many years and now feel it’s time to stand down and bring in some fresh ideas. It is also important that we have more volunteers to help with the ever increasing workload of this growing and successful show. We hope the commnity will respond positively”. 

International Stunt Team scheduled for 2018 Monty Show

how it all started

This years top billing on August 18th is The Stannage International Stunt Team which comprises five daredevil members. They will be on hand through out the afternoon with two thrill packed shows showing why they have achieved notable achievements in the Guinness Book of Records.

And there is a big welcome back for the Carnival Queen competition and of course the highly decorative Carnival floats.

The  Marquee will house a wide variety of exhibits, ranging from Photography to Floral Art; Cooking to Garden Vegetables; children’s model making to paintings. There are magic shows, vintage cars and climbing walls. And if you are exhausted and thirsty after all the excitement there will be a wide selection of refreshments available all afternoon including a fully licenced bar.

As is usual the highly successful Show Race will take place on Friday 17th August, starting at 7.15pm. This will be preceded by the Fun Run which commences at 6.15pm.

To round of the weekend the Show luncheon will take place in the Marquee commencing at 12 noon on Sunday 19th August.

Admission prices for the Show on the day are £5 for adults; £3 for children and pensioners. Advance tickets can be purchased from Bunner’s and they will cost 34 for adults and £2 for children and pensioners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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