There’s masses more to do at Malvern as the Spring Tractor World Show returns to the Three Counties Showground on May 21st-22nd.
Making the most of this iconic venue including the indoor halls, this busy and perennially popular show just keeps getting bigger. There’s all the usual features you’ve come to love at this event, but this year there’s the added bonus of a classic car and vehicle show on the Sunday.
All included in the admission price, this two-day extravaganza includes regional and national club stands and displays, trade stalls, horticultural and garden equipment, steam engines, Land Rovers, gifts and merchandise. Expect to see hundreds of vintage and classic tractors, vans, stationary engines, commercials, trucks and vintage vehicles.
For those looking for a bargain or that elusive part, we are proud to welcome back HJ Pugh & Co who will be staging the renowned annual auction on the Saturday, with more than 1,500 lots expected in the big spring sale.
Open from 9:00am, there’s plenty of time to browse the model and toy retailers, tools and garage equipment, tyres, workwear, clothing, books and gifts stands. Famous for its friendly, interactive approach, the show has loads of opportunities to get hands on, with chat, questions, sit-ons and selfies!
Organiser Mark Woodward says; “After having so much cancelled over the last few years due to Covid restrictions, decisions were made to move this popular February event to May, to try and ensure it could go ahead. We’re using wider walkways than previously and there are other measures in place to ensure we are Covid safe. I am so thrilled to finally bringing plans to fruition and it looks all set to be a fantastic event. And after such a hiatus, we cannot wait to bring this show back to Malvern. May should mean we benefit from better weather and we’ve crammed every inch of both the indoor and outdoor areas with tractors and vehicles galore!”
Tickets for this family friendly event can be pre-booked through the website. Admission is cheaper when pre-booked than at the gate and visitors are encouraged to prebook if they can. Children under 15 are free of charge and dogs on leads are welcome in all areas, so there’s no need to leave ‘Rover’ at home.
If you want to take part, there’s still time to enter your vehicle(s) or reserve a trade stall. The closing date for entries is 1st May, with booking forms downloadable from the website.
The Three Counties Showground has plenty of places to relax and recharge with two restaurants serving breakfasts, snacks and lunches, plus a coffee lounge, shop and numerous outdoor catering units onsite. There is also a cash machine. Set at the foot of the Malvern Hills, it’s easy to find with brown signs from all major routes. There’s ample free parking, disabled and coach facilities.