I know I say this every year but..... The effort by the Team & Committee members here at Kent Showground to get this show from a general run of the mill over priced county show with loads of market "toot" stalls & companies that wern't even based in Kent selling their wares into a really good
" What goes on in Kent County & Heritage show" is working very well.
Nearly all the stalls, exhibitors, clubs, fairground rides were from Kent. The tractors, cars, lorries were either built or had their working life in Kent.
Now my views have been said it's time for a wander around the Show...........
As you know 2018 is the Centenary of the end of WW1 and the show had......... ‘The Kent Spitfire’ which is a MK9 TA805 with the No. 234 Squadron colours. The aircraft flies in memory of No. 131 (County of Kent) Fighter Squadron. The Kent Spitfire completed an exciting display over the Kent Showground on all three Show days.
Bronze Centenary Soldier with poppies cascade & The Household Cavalry Musical Ride ( 10:30am & 3pm in the main area ) and a superb poppy display in the Gardeners tent.