Royal County of Berkshire Show

The Royal County of Berkshire Show is an annual agricultural show in Berkshire, that started in 1909 at Enborne Gate Farm, Newbury, as a horse show and has now grown to be a significant event for the farming world.  With over 55,000 visitors attending over 2 days annually, the Show is widely regarded as one of the top agricultural shows in the country.  Spread over 150 acres, the show sees over 50 temporary structures, sheep, horses, 5 horse arenas, cattle, pigs, goats, llamas, poultry and a host of other birds and animals, alongside a huge craft marquee, over 400 stewards, 460 trade stands, 8 car parks and much more.

Venue: Newbury Showground,

Priors Court Road,

Hermitage,

Thatcham,

Berkshire, RG18 9QZ    

Next show: Saturday & Sunday

 20th & 21st September 2019

Royal County of Berkshire Show Website 

Registered in England

Registered office: Mansion House, Princes Street, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 1EP.

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