Fettercairn Show Saturday July 4th 2020

Show Cancelled

After much careful consideration it is with great regret that we have decided there is no other responsible alternative but to cancel our 2020 Show due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We had a record number of exhibitors and fantastic attractions secured but now feel the only viable decision is to give everyone early notice that the Show will not take place following the Scottish and UK Government’s policy and guidance on gatherings and social distancing.

Our thoughts are with the Farming community, Businesses and Individuals and Families during these testing times, please follow all goverment instructions and stay safe and healthy. 

Fettercairn Show Committee.

Fettercairn Show

Saturday July 4th 2020

Fully Accredited

186th Annual Show

of livestock, produce and machinery

featuring show attractions: Ardblair Stones & Tractor Football

at East Bridge End Park, Fettercairn, AB30 1YG



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.


The show retains it's origins with the showing of Livestock; Horses, Sheep and Cattle. With other attractions including Vintage Tractors and Cars, Tug-o-War, Highland Dancing, Companion Dog Show and Children’s Races during the day. The Trade & Craft Stands and Food and Drink facilities are always popular with the main ring providing entertainment throughout the day.


The Fettercairn Show hit both national and international news with the Tractor Football in 2018, a massive hit for those who witnessed the skills by those involved.


Special event this year 'The Ardblair Stones'


There is something of interest for all ages and a great day for the family.


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Holding No. 80/466/8001

By kind permission of D M Carnegie

Patrons: David Carnegie and Brian Carnegie.