Saturday July 2nd 2022


Our 186th Annual Show started off with overcast, wet conditions but it didn't dampen the spirits of all those attending. The weather changed, the sun came out and everyone continued to have a fantastic day. It was amazing after 3 years of the most terrible time with Covid, to see smiles on faces and visitors to the show and the farming and business community chatting, laughing and enjoying themselves.

A massive thanks to the supporters and sponsors of the show and to all those who entered livestock, produce and machinery. Also a huge thanks to those who continued the entertainment throughout the day; vintage vehicle display, tug-o-war, highland dancing, carrying the quine, children races, companion dog show, sugarcraft and so many more, which I apologise for not mentioning.

In the evening the social activities continued with the social event of the year on Saturday the 'Marquee Dance'

Finally a massive thank you to the show organisers, committee, stewards and volunteers for hosting the show, and giving us all a sense of normality again.


East Bridge End Park, Fettercairn, AB30 1YG

A word from the committee, 'we are pleased to confirm that the 2023 Fettercairn Show will be held on Saturday, 1st July, where we will be delighted to welcome spectators, exhibitors and our fantastic sponsors'


Best Regards

Fettercairn Farmers Club Committee


Founded in 1826, the Fettercairn Show is one of the oldest Highland Shows in Scotland. Steeped in history and blessed with beautiful countryside Fettercairn is a small village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, northwest of Laurencekirk in Aberdeenshire on the B966 from Edzell and reached via the Cairn O' Mount road (B974) from Deeside.


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Holding No. 80/466/8001

By kind permission of D M Carnegie

Patrons: David Carnegie and Brian Carnegie.