For 2018 our main charities are

To learn more about each charity please click or tap on the name / logo

Dream-A-Way    Dartmoor Search & Rescue,

      The Baton
Dream a way


the baton

Reg'd Charity No. 1155175 Reg'd Charity No. 1106098. Reg'd Charity No. 1135897
  Please note that the above is the
correct logo and charity number for DSRA
and not as shown on the printed
and downloadable entry forms.
Our apologies for the error


TGM Voting Poster

While the Club expect to make a donation in favour of each of the main charities being supported this year, these and all other charities represented on the showground can benefit from votes cast by all members, visitors and exhibitors.

The votes cast will allow any of the charities here today to gain a donation based directly on the number of votes cast.

The full list of charities with a presence at the show are:

Dream- A- Way

Dartmoor Search & Rescue Ashburton

The Baton

Hospiscare (via the Hospiscare Magpies)

Guide Dogs

Exeter Sea Cadets

1st Exminster Guides

Starcross School PTFA

Kenton Victory Hall


Exhbiitors can vote by using the token attached to your vehicle pass.

Visitors can vote by means of a plastic token issued at just after the main public entry gate.

You can place your vote at the Voting Station adjacent to the main public entry gate.

You can increase your support by voting again by text (SMS). Just follow the instructions on your wristband.

If you vote by text /SMS, only your usual text charge applies.

Those who vote by SMS have the chance of winning a (remote controlled) car.

Terms and conditions apply to voting –

or ask at Event Control



Charity Cheque Presentation. Monday 4th September 2017

Following the highly successful 2017 show the Cub Committee confirmed that the total charity 'pot' would be £20K

Below is the group photo taken at the presentation

(left to right) Sheila Poupard, Mary Crook,(CBCCC), Josh Jones and Ruth Wells from MIND Exeter & East Devon, Jon Duckham of W...ESC Foundation, Brian Payne of Exeter Sea Cadets, Sarah-Jane Worth of Pancreatic Cancer UK, Ray Flack of Exeter Sea Cadets and Richard Nunn of CBCCC.
Photo courtesy of Richard Wood