Link to the Show's FaceBook page.


The first meeting to plan the Langcliffe Show 2018 was held on Sunday 18th March at 4.00p.m. in the Institute. Stewards presented their class schedules and the names of judges. £600 from last year's Show was distributed between the newly formed Bee Keeping group, the Church and the Institute.
​The next meeting will be in May.

Pictures from Last Year's Show.

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The 2016 Poetry Winner
Generations
My grandson’s hair’s a stubbled patch of corn.
His sturdy limbs betoken farming stock.
His seriousness, a trait since he was born.
Is lightened by self-deprecating mock.
His sister, by a different father bred,
Is merry, dark and scatter-brainly mad.
Yet her shy smile’s at times the silken thread
That tugs my heart for then I see my dad.
My daughter looks Italian like her Mum.
Our get-together days are fierce and loud.
The Irish gift of gab finds no-one dumb:
Our DNA makes us a motley crowd.
Viking, Italian, Celtic strut their part,
Blood in the melting-pot of my proud heart.
                                                               T. Cobbleigh