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Cheshire Life editor named as patroness for 2017 Royal Cheshire Show

PUBLISHED: 10:26 14 March 2017 | UPDATED: 13:13 15 March 2017

Louise Taylor hands out the awards at a previous Cheshire Show

Louise Taylor hands out the awards at a previous Cheshire Show

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The Royal Cheshire Show is back again this summer and Cheshire Life editor, Louise Allen-Taylor has been announced as this year’s Patroness.

Louise Taylor meets HRH, The Countess of Wessex, GCVO President, The Cheshire Agricultural Society Louise Taylor meets HRH, The Countess of Wessex, GCVO President, The Cheshire Agricultural Society

The Royal Cheshire County Show is the county’s biggest agricultural event and is back again this summer, on June 20th and 21st. The show is an action packed couple of days that celebrates the work of the county’s farming community in grand style. There’s something for the whole family. The exciting schedule includes enthralling main ring attractions, competition classes for cattle sheep and pigs, vintage machinery displays, a tempting Cheshire farmers’ market plus so much more.

It has just been announced that Cheshire Life editor Louise Allen-Taylor will be this year’s Patroness. As a huge supporter of the show, she is delighted. “I was thrilled and honoured to be invited to take up this role. The Royal Cheshire County Show is such an important part of the annual calendar and it’s an event we at Cheshire Life always look forward to immensely. I’ll be delighted to attend the show on both days, but of course, it is much more than a marvellous social event. Agricultural shows are a big shop window for the rural and countryside communities and industries. This show attracts visitors from far and wide, so it helps educate urban communities about farming, food production and all the hard work that involves. I’m really looking forward to this opportunity to get to know Cheshire’s agricultural community better.”

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

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