The Yes Scotland team will be at the show to discuss the benefits of an independent Scotland and collect signatures for the Yes Declaration. Volunteers are welcome!
If you are interested in food, farming and fun, the Wigtown Show provides a wide range of entertainment for family, farmers and tourists alike. The show commences with livestock judging at 9am. In the main ring Indian Runner Ducks will be guided through an obstacle course by a skilled working dog.
A display of vintage tractors will bring back memories of times gone by while a mountain bike stunt team will offer an action packed display.
Visitors will be able to watch the Wigtownshire Spinners, Weavers & Dyers at work demonstrating the whole process from sheep to shawl.
Anyone interested in keeping pigs will be able to get hands-on advice how to get started, be it with traditional breeds or something more exotic such as Chinese Meishan pigs.
Finally, a visit to the Fine Food Marquee is a must, where refreshments and local produce are available straight from the producer.
At Newton Stewart, follow the A714 to Wigtown. One mile before Wigtown, take the B7005 sign-posted Bladnoch, Whithorn and Port William. The show-ground at Bladnoch Park is just over two miles down the road on the right-hand side.
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