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JOB VACANCIES – Head Grounds Person & Grounds Persons

The New Forest Agricultural Show Society is looking to employ a head grounds person and two additional ground persons to join their hardworking and successful team. These full-time roles offer the successful candidates an extremely varied role which requires a high standard of work and long hours in July. Working to a detailed timeline, alongside an experienced office team and skilled sub-contractors the successful candidates will be responsible for the ground set-up of the annual New Forest & Hampshire County.

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Visitor Satisfaction Survey

We want to hear from you! To help us make plans for the 2019 Show, we have created a short visitor questionnaire and would be extremely grateful if you could complete it! Everyone who enters will be in with a chance to win 2 adult tickets to the 2019 Show! goo.gl/3UVxW7

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Interview with Olive Spendley – Spendley Furniture

Interview with Olive Spendley – Spendley Furniture

Oliver Spendley / Blog / New Forest Show/ Strikingfaces Each year, the New Forest Show attracts almost 600 trade stands giving the exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their products to the 98,000 visitors who attend the show over the three days. From enormous tractors to cloves of garlic, antiques, bespoke equestrian boots, art, dog leads, rocking horses, plants, cider, shepherd huts, and hundreds more – there is something for everyone. Many businesses return to the show each year and we.

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Interview with John Goodwin – Heavy Horse Musical Drive

Interview with John Goodwin – Heavy Horse Musical Drive

Striking Faces Blog / New Forest Show/ John Goodwin / Heavy Horse Musical Drive Each year at the New Forest Show, The Heavy Horse Musical Drive is one of the most magnificent and popular events. Sixteen pairs of Shire horses perform a display of equine excellence and a perfectly timed drive around the arena to the sound of music. So, what is the Heavy Horse Musical Drive? It began in the 1950s by Colonel Mike Ansell who decided that the.

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