RWRHS schedule 2018

The Summer Show 2018 will be opened  on the 14th July at St Georges School, Windsor Castle.  Gates open at 11am.


The years show will be themed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of both the Armistice and the RAF.

Entertainment at the show is for all the family and whilst we have yet to confirm some acts, here are some that we have had in previous years.

Morris Dancers      Popular jazz band the Elite Strollers

Birds of Prey displays     Demonstrations

Pimms tent       Beer tent sponsored by The Windsor and Eton Brewery

Flower arranging demonstrations and competition          Gardening and culinary demonstrations

Bee keeping         Garden questions and clinic

Lots of children’s activities – seed sowing, art, models and play       Punch and Judy

Face painters

Bouncy Castle         Local home made ice cream

You can join the Society on line by emailing membership secretary Susann Laughton at

By Train

Windsor & Eton Central Station is approximately a 10-15 minute walk from the entrance to the show and is served by First Great Western trains allowing travel via Slough from London Paddington in the east and from Reading in the west. Trains leave at half hourly intervals with the last departing at approx. 23.30hrs.

Windsor & Eton Riverside Station is directly opposite the entrance to the show and served by South West Trains allowing travel from London Waterloo in the east and many towns in the south and west via Staines. Trains leave at half hourly intervals with the last departing at approx. 23.20hrs.

By Car

Use Sat Nav post code SL4 1QF

The nearest motorways to the showground are the M4, M25 and M3.  Drive to the Town Centre and then follow the signs to King Edward VII Parking.


Parking for the show is at the Home Park sports ground directly opposite the Show entrance and can be purchased on the day.

Travelling from the South and West

Please use the A303 /M3 (J3) as opposed to the M4 (J6) wherever possible, thus avoiding Windsor Town Centre.

Travelling from the M4 Maidenhead (J7/8) and Slough (J6)
Travelling from the M3 (J3)

Designated routes will direct you via Ascot, Windsor Great Park and Datchet to the Windsor Town Centre.

Travelling from the North and East

Please approach via the M25 (J 13) or M4 (J5) at Colnbrook. Designated routes will direct you via Datchet to the Show Car Park.

Town Centre Car Parks

There are also local authority car parks (King Edward Court and Alma Road) in and around the town centre which are a 10 minute walk to the show. Information about these car parks can be found here


By Mini Bus

Mini buses of up to 15 people may park in the Show Car Park and will pay for x 2 car park spaces, larger mini buses are classed as coaches and should use the coach parks described above.

5 thoughts on “Summer Show

  1. I cannot find any contact details on your site.

    Am considering the more expensive option for a stand inside the marquee (after last year!) but am loathe to commit unless I am sure that there is going to be sufficient marketing and advertising to ensure the required footfall to justify this additional expense. Can you please reassure me on this point, as many people in the past did not even know that the show was being held.

    Can you also let me know how the car parking issue is being tackled, as people will not come if they cannot park.

    Thank you.

    Looking forward to a more successful year!

  2. We would like to have a stall at the show, Susann Loughton has given me your details. Can you let me know if this is possible. We are Berkshire east and south bucks womens aid supporting victims of Domestic abuse locally
    Could you email me on please if this is possible or call me on 07595781176
    Many thanks

  3. I would like to exhibit vegetables in your 2014 show BUT your web site keeps directing me to 2012! also I can not buy tickets! I keep being routed back to the home page!

  4. URGENT: I have been sorting out some photos to enter in your photographic competition at the Summer Show 2014. Can the photos be taken anywhere in the world? I have read somewhere (it might be another competition) that they have to be taken in the UK. I’m I dreaming this up? Please clarify any rules. Many thanks
    Julie James

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