This year’s show will be held on Saturday, August 26, at Parc-y-Llwyn and Clynderwen Village Hall.
There will be a wide range of classes open to everyone and you are encouraged to take part and support this local show.
Prize money and certificates / rosettes are awarded in each class.
Presidents Richard and Sandra Morgan, Llandysilio, said:
“It gives us great pleasure in welcoming everyone to this year’s Clynderwen and District Young Farmers Show.
“As past members of Clunderwen Young Farmers Club and having been chairman when the show was initially restarted over forty years ago, it has given us great delight in seeing the show flourish over the years, supporting the show, and sharing some very happy times with family and friends, old and new. Especially, after the COVID-19 enforced break, it’s lovely to have the opportunity to meet up again.
“We would like to thank the volunteers that work hard to set up the show, the stewards who run the show on the day and to all the competitors and spectators; without you ALL the show would not be as successful as it is today.
We hope you all enjoy your day at the show, and we wish the Clynderwen and District Young Farmers Show every success and look forward to many more.”
Chairman, Dan Roblin, Clunderwen, added:
“As the new chairman of the show society, I’d like to welcome you all to this year’s Clynderwen & District Young Farmers show. It is a huge honour and privilege to have been asked to take on the role for my local show.
“Due to the pandemic, it’s been several years since our last show, and I feel a great importance in bringing back enjoyment and success to all our visitors and competitors, as well as seeing what all the exhibitors have to offer, making it a great show to be part of.
“Finally I’d like to thank everyone that participates in the setting up and the running of the show and I look forward to seeing you all on the day, for an enjoyable day out for all the family.”
Timetable of events
8.45 am Hunters (Main Ring) In Hand & Ridden
9.00 am Working Hunters (Ring 2)
9.45 am Show Jumping (Seniors then Juniors) (Ring 3)
10.00 am Coloured Horses (Main Ring)
10.15 am Race to Riding Horse (Main Ring)
10.30 am Shetlands (Main Ring) *Time has changed from catalogue
10.30 am Welsh Ponies (Main Ring)
10.30 am Vintage Run starts
10.30 am Sheep Including Child Handling and Pet Lamb
11.00 am Side Saddle (Main Ring)
11.00 am Field Roots & Crops
12 noon Veterans (Main Ring)
12.15 pm Beef and Dairy Cattle – Including Child Handling
12.30 pm Private Drive leave (Main Ring) *Optional
1.00 pm Show Hunter Ponies (Main Ring)
1.30 pm Private Drive return (Main Ring)
2.00 pm Mountain & Moorland (Main Ring)
2.00 pm Children’s Riding Ponies (Main Ring)
2.00 pm Vintage Judging
2.30 pm Dog Show
2.30 pm Presentation of Horticultural Cups in Hall
3.00 pm Novelty Section (Horse & Pony) (Main Ring)
3.00 pm Parade and Presentation of Cattle & Sheep Cups
3.30 pm Vintage Parade (Time subject to Horse classes being finished)
4.30 pm Parade of Hounds – Cresselly Hunt (Main Ring)
4.45 pm Supreme Champion Horse in Show (Main Ring) Parade of horses to follow
5.15 pm Presentation of Horse Cups
6.00 pm Entertainment