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The Royal Cheshire County Show announce Four Seasons of Farming main ring event

PUBLISHED: 09:03 12 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:03 12 April 2017

The Four Seasons of Farming is a new main ring attraction for 2017 Royal Cheshire Show

The Four Seasons of Farming is a new main ring attraction for 2017 Royal Cheshire Show

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The 2017 show takes place at the Table showground on 20th and 21st June.

For more than 175 years, the Cheshire show has been the premier summertime agricultural event in the North West of England.

In 2016 we reached an exciting milestone in our rich history when the Cabinet Office bestowed the honour of ‘Royal’ status on the show. The 2016 event saw the inauguration of the newly titled, Royal Cheshire County Show and we provided a fun-packed, memorable occasion for our visitors, competitors and exhibitors alike. Whilst still enjoying the many wonderful memories from this landmark year, we are now already looking forward to our next event on the 20th and 21st June 2017.

With its roots firmly embedded in farming, the 2017 show will again hold many competition classes for cattle, sheep, pigs and dairy goats, as well as hundreds of classes for light and heavy horses, show jumping, rare breeds of livestock, poultry, pygmy goats, pigeons, cavies, rabbits and adog show.

This year we are proud to introduce our brand new main ring attraction – The Four Seasons of Farming. During this unique display we will take spectators on a journey through the farming calendar – introducing them to the leviathans of modern farming technology. Reflecting the different agricultural processes deployed throughout the year, the display will capture the imaginations of young and old with demonstrations of the fascinating processes involved in modern farming.

For more information the show and to purchase tickets visit www.royalcheshireshow.org

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