Comedians Jimmy Cricket, Steve Royle and Phil Walker to feature in Fylde Vintage and Farm Show packed with attractions

One of Fylde’s most popular family events, the annual Fylde Vintage Steam and Farm Show, returns this weekend with a host of attractions and entertainment.

By Tony Durkin
Thursday, 30th June 2022, 12:30 pm

The 12th show opens on Friday evening, July 1, with a performance by comedian Jimmy Cricket and there will be more laughter the following evening with Britain’s Got Talent finalist Steve Royle and comedian Phil Walker, who will take over the comedy bill.

During the day on both Saturday and Sunday, there is an on-site circus, fairground, donkey rides, traditional Punch and Judy, tractor pulling, sheep racing, dog show, vehicle parades, working farm machinery ring, young farmers tug of war, a farm area with cattle, pigs, poultry and other animals, birds of prey, a large arts and crafts tent plus licensed beer tent and food and trade stalls among other attractions.

Hundreds of vehicles, steam engines, tractors, cars, motor bikes, trucks, buses and 4x4 with parades on both Saturday and Sunday.

Donkey rides are among the attractions at the Fylde Vintage and Farm Show

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The event’s auction of tractors and farm machinery is at 1 pm on Saturday and will again be in aid of the Rosemere Cancer Foundation.

Crop farmer David Martin, who is show organiser and who owns the land in Salwick Road, Wharles, near Kirkham, where the show is held, will be auctioning a blue 1975 Ford 4600 tractor from his collection of tractors. Whatever price it fetches will be donated to Rosemere.

Since 2018 when David auctioned his first tractor for Rosemere at the show, he has raised more than £15,000 for the charity, including additional money he has raised through winter farm machinery auctions and also, performance fees donated by Wigan Ukulele Band, a show favourite for years again playing this year .

A wealth of farm machines will be on display

Tickets for the show are £10 for adults, £3 for children (five to 16 years), £8 for concessions and £24 per family (two adults, two children) .

There are also weekend passes at £16 for adults, £5 for children, £12 for concessions and £35 per family. Saturday tickets include evening entertainment.

Tickets can be bought at the showground or online at, where full details of all three days are available.