Stockley returns for 2022 with food theater and sheep performance

Stockley returns for 2022 with food theater and sheep performance

The Stokesley Show will return on Saturday, September 17, and organizers say it will be bigger and better than ever.

All the traditional activities associated with an agricultural show will have a presence – plus some fresh ideas.

The head of the show this year is the Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire, Johanna Robbner, who will open the show with the Hammonds Saltire. The band will walk across Stokesley High Street and arrive at the parade ground for the official start of the event.

Other attractions include a visit from Diggerland, with a chance for the kids to go, and a show featuring a performance.

Paul Hannam, a quad bike stuntman from North Devon with 25 years of quad biking and 10 years of racing experience at the British Championship level, will be organizing a superb show at the Millbry Stud Main Ring Arena. There will be precise riding, multiple stunt quad and he will jump as high as possible.

In between the displays, visitors are encouraged to visit the interactive stand where they can get a closer look at the bikes, meet the riders, and get a photo.

New for 2022 is a food scene with a program of demonstrations from local chefs, including Hamida Salehi, chef/owner of The Persian Pomegranate, Great Ayton, 11am; Esther Veerman, The Country Cook, chef and game author, 12 noon; Rob Greene, UK Chefs Ambassador for Seafish, and owner of The Yorkshire Seafood Kitchen, 1 p.m.; Jason Moore, chef at The G&T House, Angrove Park, Great Ayton, 2 p.m.; and Ian Munro, chef/owner of The Velveteen Rabbit Luncheon Club, Great Ayton, 3 p.m.

Erin Myers will host the Food Theatre.

Erin Myers, host and director of The Stokesley Show’s new food scene

Tickets are £16 for adults, £12 for children aged 5-16, with family tickets (two adults and two children are available for £40, children under five are free.

Hamida Saeed Salehi

Hamida is of Iranian origin and has been passionate about food for over 20 years. Diving her toes into the world of cooking, catering for small events and parties, she decided 2022 was the time to venture into her own business with the support of her husband and family.

Hamida and Masoud Salehi

Hamida and Masoud Salehi

The Pomegranate Persian Tea Room is a family-owned, family-run café that has worked hard to bring something new to the bustling gastronomic scene in Great Ayton. The dishes are of Persian origin, with hearty portions and a fresh but familiar feel.

Esther Firman, The Country Cook

Esther Veerman is a captivating chef who will take you on a culinary adventure into the game world. Her deepest love is her temper, the wind blowing in her hair, the taste of wilderness.

Esther was born into a shooter family that quickly established a good foundation in the game, under the eyes of some sporting and culinary legends. An exceptional understanding of flavors and textures makes Esther’s dishes world-class.

Esther Firman

Esther Firman

What takes it to the next level, is that Esther has a wealth of knowledge and understanding of how game is produced and harvested, and the health and ethical benefits of eating.

Esther’s warm and charming style nourishes and entertains, resulting in an easy confidence to get the game into everyone’s repertoire with deeper understanding and skills.

Rob Green

Rob Green is a seafood chef with over 30 years of experience. He was named Former National Seafood Chef of the Year and is currently the UK Chefs Ambassador for Seafish.

Rob Green

Rob Green

Rob and his wife, Emma, ​​ran the multi-award winning restaurant Green’s of Whitby for 15 years before Rob embarked on a list of chef advisors, providing services such as recipes and product development.

Rob currently runs his new business, Yorkshire Seafood Kitchen and is proud to be a partner with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust as part of the Wild Eye program funded by The Scarborough Town Deal.

Ian Munro, The Velveteen Rabbit Luncheon Club

Ian has been a chef for 25 years, working in some of the best known restaurants in Teesside. He met his business partner and fiancée over eight years ago and finally realized his dream of opening his own bistro. After spending some time on the road, and building a following, The Velveteen Rabbit Luncheon Club settled in Great Ayton over four years ago.

Ian Monroe

Ian Monroe

Ian still has a passion for good home cooked food and continues to take on the kitchen in Great Ayton as well as go out and prepare for food festivals around the area with his market stall.

Jason Moore

Jason Moore has had an impressive career across the best institutions in North East and North Yorkshire.

He began his apprenticeship at Kirby College and trained at the Hilton on Park Lane while there while shifting ranks from Commis to Sous Chef as the restaurant hit four roses.

Back in the Northeast, Jason was the sous at the Judges and was promoted to chef within 18 months, then served as head chef at Gisborough Hall, Wynyard Hall and Durham Ox and group executive chef at Provkeeping Inns & Hotels.

Darlington and Stockton Times: The Stockley Show 2019. Photo: Stuart Bolton

Jason is now Head Chef at The G & Tea House located in Angrove Park, Great Ayton.

His favorite thing about being a chef is to prepare dishes that people will enjoy and to have guests try different foods and flavors. His biggest accomplishment is cooking for several members of the royal family, most notably Princess Diana.

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