It is with deepest regret that due to the situation with COVID-19, we have taken the difficult decision not to hold a show in 2021..
The Ayr & District Flower Show is focussed on providing a safe and enjoyable environment for its competitors, visitors, committee and volunteers, which has been at the front of this decision. We understand that this news will come as a disappointment to the many of you that have supported the show since its inaugural event in 2017.
We have closely monitored the situation over the past year and it is now clear that holding the show in 2021 is still too early considering the circumstances.
The committee of Ayr & District Flower Show are also looking into the possible dates for a 2022 show, in which the details will be shared on our website and social media channels once finalised.
Thanks and stay safe
Ayr & District Flower Show Committee
In addition to the competitive classes for plants, there will also be flower arranging and new classes at this years show including handicrafts, baking and walking sticks, as well as some other show gardens/displays.
The trade stands will primarily be plants, bulbs, trees, shrubs and associated products. As well as stands selling pots, planters and garden equipment There will also be a range of craft related stalls at this years show with a variety of different goods on offer.
Some entertainment will be on throughout the two days of the show including music, flower arranging and cooking demonstrations.
Based at Ayr Racecourse since the first show in 2017, this is the perfect location to hold an event that is easily accessible to get to and enjoy what's on offer when there with solid ground under foot and plenty of coverage for the typical Scottish weather.
The Ayr & District Flower Show
A much-loved fixture in the Ayrshire calendar for many years, The Ayr & District Flower Show was established in 2017 to keep the event running for the public.
Set up as a Flower Show that is based around horticulture and focusing on the plants and traders, the A&DFS gives everyone a chance to show off a variety of works to the general public in the hope of taking home one of our keepsake prizes for best on the class.
Held at Ayr Racecourse, there is a variety of thing's to see under the roof of the Ayrshire Suite and surrounding marquee's that feature different craft and traders for everyone to see. More than just flowers on display. There is also a variety of entertainment on offer over the two days of the show ranging from Scottish dance to 50’s/60’s/blues music, and much more