Wayland Agricultural Show

Non-Livestock Competitors

This one day rural show offers friendly, traditional competitions.

Here you will find contact details for all non-livestock competitions, as well as schedules and entry forms which you can download.
PLEASE NOTE: Home Crafts and Baking section and Horticultural exhibits may be dropped off by temporarily using the Members’ Car Park, then moving your vehicle to the free main public car park on the southern side of Brandon Road. 

Home Crafts and Baking Section

Organiser: Lisa Eagle

Tel: 01760 440123
Email: homesection@waylandshow.com

The 2017 Wayland Show Home Crafts and Baking Section Entry Form is available to download here

Home Crafts and Baking 2017

Horticulture Section

We are delighted to welcome you to the Horticulture Marquee where you will find an array of delicious homegrown fruit and vegetables.
We are always astounded by the quality of entries despite the difficulties gardeners face with the weather.
We would like to thank our sponsors Myhills and The Village Florist for their continued support, without whom we would be unable to put on such a great display.

NEWS UPDATE – Question and answer session
Martyn Davey from Easton College will be holding a question and answer session in the Horticulture Marquee. In addition to being head of horticulture at Easton College, and writing a weekly column for the EDP on garden related matters, Martyn is a regular contributor to BBC Radio Norfolk’s ‘Garden Party’ so he is best placed to answer any gardening questions you may have. 

There have been a few alterations to the schedule this year and we look forward to seeing you all in the marquee.

Organiser: Kirsty Dunton

Tel: 01760 721850 or 07900 615660
Email: kirstyd6@msn.com


A marquee devoted entirely to horticulture. The public may enter in any of the classes on the schedule which is shown on the entry form that can be downloaded below.  Entering the competition costs 50 pence per item in sections 1, 2 and 4, and there are cash or voucher prizes to be won for each section winner.

All entries should be taken to the Horticulture Marquee between 7.45am and 8.30am on show day and will need to remain in the marquee until 5pm.

Competitions for Children

The 2017 children’s competitions are: an animal made of fruit or vegetables for children aged 8 and under; and a flower arrangements in an egg box for 9 to 16 year olds. Both Children’s competitions are free to enter, and full details are provided on the form which can be viewed and/or downloaded below.

Prize money for the children’s section kindly donated by The Village Florist, Watton.

The 2017 Wayland Show Horticulture Entry Form is available to download here.

Horiculture Form 2017
Entry forms must be submitted by Monday 31st July to the Kirsty Dunton at the address provided on the form.