LLANTHONY
VALLEY AND DISTRICT
SHOW

One of the best-loved Shows in
South Wales

Our Show

The Show will be held this year on
Saturday 6th August

Horse judging starts at 9am with show jumping at 9.30am. Horse and pony classes will stay open until Monday 1st August for pre-entries. All entries to be in the produce tent by 10.30am and all sheep and cattle to be penned by 11am. Dog show entries taken from 12pm with judging to begin at 1pm. CLICK HERE for the 2016 Show Catalogue

Our Success

The Llanthony Show was founded back in 1961. It is one of the only shows of its kind still, completely organized by local volunteers, with no major corporate sponsorship involved. The Show's popularity is based on local support on a strictly non-commercial basis.

The Show was originally founded following a critical BBC documentary about the Llanthony Valley in 1959 called "The Dying Valley". Local people banded together at the first Show Committee to prove that the Llanthony Valley was anything but dying! Its continuing success over the last four decades has proved how wrong that original judgment was.

Our Location

The Llanthony Valley and District Show has one of the best sites of all local shows, deep in the Llanthony Valley near Llanthony Abbey, surrounded by the Black Mountains of Monmouthshire. It sits at the heart of a thriving farming community, and it's longstanding popularity is driven by the full support of the local community.