FAMILY FUN AT MALVERN AUTUMN SHOW 2023
There’s something for the whole family at Malvern Autumn Show, and best of all many activities for kids are free. Check back for more information on what will be at the show for families in 2024.
Children can take part in the Family Trail at the show. Workbooks and pencils are available at all gates and could be completed by finding the 8 ‘Sid the Squirrel’ boards around the showground. Once completed, children can pick up a prize!
Come and join us at the Family Green where both the young and the young at heart can enjoy FREE activities!
Please note some activities have moved location, this has been specified where necessary.
Join outdoor learning and willow sculpture experts, Oakey Bear in a community willow-weaving activity and help create some fantastic giant vegetables. Get involved and try your hand at this fabulous ancient craft.
For those with a head for heights, why not climb high with 270 Climbing!
Visitors can craft their own high quality wooden dibber or jam spreader on Friday or make their own wooden magic wand on Saturday and Sunday which will be fit for the very best wizards. Using traditional green woodworking techniques and equipment; visitors will use a spoke shave and a shave horse to whittle the wood to form their own unique creation.
This will be located near the Rural Crafts Area.
Join Thomas Trilby who will be entertaining all the family with his unique style of international circus skills. Marvel at his dare-devil stilt bike riding and awesome juggling or join in with one of his exciting circus workshops on Saturday and Sunday.
Little ones can whizz around our pedal tractor course.
These will be located in the Vintage Village opposite the vintage tractors.
Hands on Arts & Crafts
Get creative with Art Studio Ross and make an autumn wreath and garland, decorate a wooden disc or make a listening stick.
On Saturday and Sunday, join Really Rural and make a broomstick and test it out in an exciting broomstick race. Keep an eye out for Hedwig!
Bird Feeder Making
Make a bird feeder in a free family-friendly workshop hosted by Wyldwood Willow. Using only natural materials and zero plastic, visitors can make their very own take-home feeders.
Little ones can zip around in the Mini Rovers, located in the Vintage Village, while parents, grandparents and guardians keep an eye while enjoying a cuppa and cake in the Vintage Tea Room!
Watch as budding foresters hone their pole climbing skills as part of demonstrations, to prepare them for next year’s Royal Three Counties Show competitions.
The forestry area will also have chainsaw carving demonstrations and an area where you can learn about tree identification.
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF YOUNG FARMERS’ CLUBS COMPETITIONS
The national final of the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC) cookery competition, which showcases the culinary skills of over 100 young farmers, will be held on the Saturday of the show.
The NFYFC national floral art competition, where competitors create contemporary floral displays will be held live during the show on the Sunday.
Click on the links to find out about the world record breaking Giant Vegetable Championship and RHS Flower Show that also make up the Grow Zone.