2024 Spring and Summer Shows

The Pudsey Spring Show - Saturday 6 April, Pudsey Parish Church

Our Spring Show just keeps on growing and with new categories this year, you will have plenty to see and do. There are classes for flowers, veg, crafts, baking, photography, art, floral art etc. and special cagtegories for children, including a free flower workshop.


The Pudsey Summer Show - Saturday 7 September, Pudsey Parish Church

Our Summer Show has been a fixture in the calendar for over 100 years, giving Pudsey folk the chance to show off their growing prowess. There's lots to see and do for all ages.


Our Shows: a great afternoon out:



  • Amazing veg
  • Beautiful blooms
  • Fantastic flowers
  • Exquisite floral displays
  • Superb home produce
  • Stunning handicrafts


  • Award winning pictures
  • Plants & garden items for sale
  • Teas & refreshments at
    reasonable prices
  • Raffle
  • Garden tombola


Anyone can exhibit in our shows, so why not come along and have a go yourself? If you've never entered before, it will make this year's show even more fun when you visit!


You might win a prize or a TROPHY,  as well as gain the kudos of being awarded one of our coveted certificates.


Everyone in the family has a chance to win prizes and certificates. Your younger ones and their older siblings can make and bake biscuits, create a flower arrangement, decorate an egg, or make a card or enter the Lego challenge.


Of course, entries from parents are also welcome!

  • Do enter your Daffs or Try with your Tulips. Most of us have a few spring blooms in our garden - it is surprising how often beginners take the prize with just a carefully chosen stem right out of their flowerbed. 
  • Try our Novelty Classes. Take part in the Lego challenge. Or can you make an amazing minature garden?
  • For non-gardeners, there are prizes for home produce and baking.
  • You can enter your jams, home made apple pie, tray bake or chocolate brownies; breads, wine, biscuits, or pickles and chutney
  • Plus there are classes for floral art, handicrafts, sewing, embroidery, knitting, photography and drawings.

If you want to exhibit, first download a copy of the Show Schedule to decide which classes to enter. Your official entry form is on the last page.


Children's entries are free, and the fee for entries from adults is 50p per item, up to a maximum of £5. Just make sure you register your entries at the Pudsey Parish Church the evening before the show. Or save time by using our handy online form to register.


Deadline for online entries - 10.00pm on the Friday before the show. Saturday morning is reserved for staging of exhibits only.



1.) Registering to Enter


Because we need to work out how much space is needed to display hundreds of different items across all our different classes, you can't just turn up with your entry on the day of the show.


That's why entering requires you to register first. You tell us your name and the classes you want to enter - we give you a ticket with your entry number (one for each item) which you need to display next to your exhibit. This also anonymises your entry, so no one can tell whose is whose - which guarantees the judging is completely fair.


You can register your entry in person at the Hall the night before the show from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Or you can enter online and pick up your entry number tickets from the Show Secretary when you arrive to stage your exhibits.


2.) Staging your exhibits


Once you have your entry number, you can set out - or "stage" - your exhibits on the appropriate table. Each class will be clearly marked with a number and description. Show Stewards will be on hand to help if you have any questions. 


As long as you have registered first, you can stage your entries on Friday night from 7.00 to 9.00pm. Or on Saturday morning of the show 9.00 to 11.00am.