The Cleveland Show
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The Cleveland Show is an annual agricultual event held each July. It is set in beautiful parkland at Stewart Park, Middlesbrough, the home of the Captain Cook Birthplace museum.
There are competitions for horses, cattle, sheep, goats, cats, dogs, small livestock, art and horticulture with many prizes available!
The many trade and craft stalls display a wide variety of goods to sell. Children will enjoy the rides and army assault course (in some cases there is a small charge).
There are also displays by public authorities such as Middlesbrough Council, fire, army and police. Each year we have a main ring event with exciting displays, this will be announced later in the year once confirmed. And much, much more! Car parking is free.
A fun day out for all the family!
The craft marquee, which hosts about 40 stands selling home-made goods, looks set to be very popular this year as all the stands have been booked up. Visitors to the marquee can browse among a wide variety of local arts and crafts.
The Middlesbrough Council marquee will be a major feature on the show field, with its traditional floral display being one of the must-see attractions of the whole event. Many council services will be represented in the marquee, including: libraries and archives, street wardens, recycling, sports and leisure, social care, recruitment, and the Building Schools for the Future secondary school investment programme.
There will also be stalls for Middlesbrough Environment City, the Friends of Stewart Park and the Energy Saving Trust.