SESHA Show Update

We hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and New Year.

Taking into consideration the government guidelines we have made the most responsible decision to postpone our Annual 2021 Heavy Horse and Country Show for another year. This decision was not taken lightly, being a small charity, we rely on this event for fundraising. Our chief concern is to avoid the spread of COVID and we take the safety of our members, volunteers and the public very seriously. Our hope is to hold a variety of smaller COVID safe events later this year, both to help recoup from yet another year without our annual show and to keep spirits up within our Shire Horse community.

Our show takes a lot of planning and man hours from our amazing volunteers and committee members, who have been working tirelessly behind the scenes preparing for this year’s show in hope that it would run. Therefore, most of the planning will be rolled over to 2022 and our first priority in the coming days is to postpone these arrangements, please bear with us during this busy time.

As part of this preparation SESHA has made the decision to move venues from East Bysshe to South of England Showground. This is to be COVID secure and more accessible, we will continue to work towards planning our 2022 show at this new location.