Friday 29 May 2020

Royal Three Counties Show

Friday 12 to Sunday 14 June 2020

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Please note, this event is now cancelled. Country pursuits, British farming, television personalities, entertainment galore, and much more awaits visitors at England's largest farming and equine event, the Royal Three Counties Show 2020.

Please note, this event is now cancelled. See Coronavirus event cancellations and venue closures in Gloucestershire for the very latest.

Hoof it over to Royal Three Counties Show for a three-day celebration of British farming, rural pursuits and locally-sourced food. Taking place from Friday 12 to Sunday 14 June 2020, enjoy great entertainment while making a few new animal friends.

For more information, visit www.royalthreecounties.co.uk.


Entertainment at Royal Three Counties Show 2020

In 2019, the Royal Three Counties Show featured The Red Devils, a team of skydivers who wowed audiences with canopy formations and bright coloured trailing smoke. Plus, with dog agility sessions, a grand parade of livestock, hot air balloon displays, and show jumping, there was certainly a lot going on. With high expectations for 2020, visitors are in for a fun-filled weekend.


Wellington Boot Theatre at Royal Three Counties Show 2020

Catch some special guests at the Wellington Boot Theatre, celebrating and showcasing inspiring outdoor activities. While the 2020 programme is still to be confirmed, last year featured Adam Henson, John Challis, Jimmy Doherty and more.


Food and drink at Royal Three Counties Show 2020

Take a break from horsing around the arena and put your wellies up at the food and drink hall. Bursting with delicious produce, you can tuck into plenty of the finest local and national food. In 2019, the Cider and Perry Festival and Cheese and Dairy Produce Show were immensely popular, while the Cookery Theatre featured a range of dish demonstrations.


Gardening Hub at Royal Three Counties Show 2020

With a sea of lovely flowers, plants and garden inspiration, the Gardening Hub is a great place to start thinking about your summer garden. In 2019, green-fingered enthusiasts loved the dedicated Flower Show, offering interactive workshops and Q&A sessions.


Fur, Feather and Farm at Royal Three Counties Show 2020

Delighting animal lovers of all ages, the Royal Three Counties Show had a special Fur, Feather and Farm area in 2019, which allowed visitors to get up close to a host of friendly animals.


For more information, visit www.royalthreecounties.co.uk.

Please note, this event is now cancelled. See Coronavirus event cancellations and venue closures in Gloucestershire for the very latest.

Event:
Royal Three Counties Show 2020
Venue
Three Counties Showground
Dates:
Friday 12 to Sunday 14 June 2020
Times:
From 8am to 6pm
Admission:
Tickets go on sale at a later date. Details will appear here once confirmed.
Telephone:
(01684) 584900

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