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Review by janet Wilkinson on 24th July, 2011

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We happened to be staying in 'Barney' 5yrs. ago, when the show was on, & being previously Ag.& horsey workers, we love country shows, & especially this show. It is so friendly,well organised & with something for everyone. We have been converted to the Dales pony, if only we could afford one, but we don't see many in Oxfordshire. We will be up this year as usual, so the show will be top of our favourite places to visit. Well done to the organisers for keeping the show to a good standard, & not making it too big for its own good. Regards J.Wilkinson

Date visited: 2010,2009,2008,2007etc

Review by Dave Harris on 22nd September, 2010

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The Lord Haldon Hotel is really a place to chill out with one of there lovely wines & Brillent local food. The staff really are amzing will go well over the call of duty to help you, Marina on Reception is brillent! The Hotel has just had a revamp its looking fab! but still keeping in touch with the old charm a country hotel should have. The views are amazing and the hotel is very clean! with stunning gardens. the hotel is about 4 miles from Exeter and IS! easy to find simply print the directions off go via Ide you really cant go Wrong!

Date visited: 12.09.10

Review by becca on 21st June, 2008

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Becca writes "Fun Day Out, Loads to do! Great fun to enter some of the classes to! Lots of trade stands selling wierd and wonderful things, you've got to go to get the real idea!"

Review by peter on 21st June, 2008

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Pete Fenelon writes "One of the most pleasant shows in the North. Nice relaxed atmosphere, and by 'eck the harness racing is great to watch!"

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