Dacorum Steam & Country Fayre – Potten End

R.I.P. Mike Grayson

Everybody at the Dacorum Steam and Country Fayre is very sad to be told that Mike Grayson, co-owner of Loch Creran Clydesdales, has passed away. Mike not only organised the Heavy Horse’s for the show but also did the commentary in the horse ring.  Mike had a wealth of knowledge and people loved to hear his horse stories. Rest in Peace, Mike, you will be sorely missed xx. Thinking of Kathy and his friends at this sad time xx


DONATING £25,000

Year Eight and the donation of £25,000 brings the total figure donated to The Hospice of St Francis to £120,000

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A big thank you all for coming and supporting us. We hope you enjoyed the show and that you will come to next year’s show on the dates listed below.

Next Years show is on the 25th and 26th July 2015

Green Croft Farm
Potten End, Nr. Hemel Hempstead
Herts HP1 2SG
10am – 5pm

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From Hemel Hempstead:
We use the postcode for the postal delivery site of the NFU Offices on Boxted Road, (the nearest building to the entrance), this road changes name to Berkhamsted Road and leads into Potten End. The entrance to show site is on the left before you reach Potten End.  If approaching from the Winkwell on the old A41 – Pouchen End Lane (but not to be advised if bringing exhibits as very narrow with passing places only) stay to the left where it splits and at the end of the lane you are the show entrance.

From Potten End:
If you approach the site from Potten End you need to head to Hemel Hempstead on Hempstead Lane and where the road changes name to Berkhamsted Road (at the junction of Pouchen End Lane) there is the site entrance.

The site entrance will have a big banner and we will put up directional signs.