About the Show

Gorey Agricultural Show

Welcome to Gorey Agricultural Show and our new look website.  Gorey Agricultural Show has come a long way in 160 years, this is our 161st show and we are one of the oldest in the country!  Its all go again at Gorey Agricultural Show and our volunteer committee are hard at work to ensure that the 18th June is an enjoyable and entertaining day out for everybody.

2019 was a great year for Gorey Agricultural Show, we had a great turnout in Clonattin, for our 161st show we are returning to a previous show location in Ashton, Ballycanew just outside Gorey.

We have already had a lot of interest both from exhibitors and spectators, and our schedule will be available for download shortly and our online entry system will go live in early May.  

Our Vintage section is always very interesting, with all sorts of machinery and implements on display.  Bringing all this machinery to the Show is a huge job, as a lot of these machines don’t travel too fast! 

Our indoor craft and children’s tent was an enormous success last year, we have some new competitions for 2022, and these can all be found in the schedule shortly.  

Due to popular demand we will have a Pets Corner again, this will consist of a Mother & Brood class and Best Furry Pet.

Seamus Long will be on stage again and will keep everyone entertained.  Dancing with Declan will also be there with their Dance Floor, so get out your dancing shoes and practice your party acts.................this area will have tables and seating, so kids can run about and the adults can rest and relax.  The Food Village will be adjacent to the stage, so you can sample all sorts of delicious nibbles.

The committee of Gorey Agricultural Show  would like to thank most sincerely The Hardy family for providing the marvelous site.

We would like to thank all our sponsors for their support in making Gorey Agricultural Show the success that it is. And very importantly our volunteers, without whom Gorey Agricultural Show would not happen, these volunteers give of their time freely, and many spend the entire week in the field preparing it!  The volunteers lend us their time, machinery and skills without fail, and for this we are very grateful.