What’s on at Nevern Show?
The Nevern Show is a family fun and entertainment, with something for everyone. There are livestock classes, equine events, agricultural competitions, and a variety of other activities and attractions.
Why not take part in our open competitions and showing classes? We have everything from cattle, sheep and horse competitions to dog shows and other country events. No stuffy dress codes or bowler hats in sight – just good old-fashioned country fun.
Food, craft & trade stands
Our stalls highlight the very best local food and drink from artisan producers, so you’re never short of a tasty bite to eat. You’ll also find plenty of quality arts and crafts on offer as well as trade stands offering a wide range of agricultural and other goods and services.
If you’re looking for a fun family day out, Nevern Show is the place to come. There’s something for everyone to enjoy including tractor races, sheep shearing and horseshoeing demonstrations - you can even meet some of the animals.
Support Nevern Show
Nevern Show is organised by the community, for the community, with our volunteers and committee members working hard all year to ensure each show is bigger and better than the last. We’re always looking for enthusiastic people to get involved, contribute ideas and help us keep the show running.
Become a sponsor
Sponsorship really helps us keep the show going year after year, and gives your business a great advertising opportunity. Why not contact us to find out more?
Become a patron
Our patrons support the event through an annual donation. As well as our eternal gratitude, you’ll also get free entry to the show field and half-price entry to classes!
Our Sponsors & Patrons
Planning and staging Nevern Show is no easy task and requires a lot of work. We are grateful to our trade stands, sponsors and patrons for making the show possible and helping to create a day out for everyone in the community.
The funding was towards the development of the website, container and barriers purchase.
Noddwyd y prosiect hwn gan Grant Gwella Sir Benfro Cyngor Sir Benfro, sy’n rhan o Raglen Adfywio Cyngor Sir Penfro.
This project has been funded by the Pembrokeshire County Council Enhancing Pembrokeshire Grant, which forms part of Pembrokeshire County Council’s Regeneration Programme.