8 am to 6 pmThe Royal Cheshire Showground, Clay House Farm, WA16 0JF
After the easing of Covid-19 restrictions on the 19th July, it’s perfect timing for The 2021 Royal Cheshire County Show which is back with a bang on Saturday 31st July.
Organised events now being able to take place is welcome news indeed for the Cheshire Agricultural Society who have organised another fantastic show for the local community to enjoy.
Last year saw the cancellation of the Cheshire Show as we know it as the event went virtual. Now, after a year away from the showground, the Cheshire public is set to reunite for a much-anticipated day out in the countryside and there’s a whole host of things to look forward to.
With the majority of attractions being out in the open air, guest safety continues to remain a priority, so there will be plenty of hand sanitiser dispensers situated around the showground.
Royal Cheshire Show 2018 Cattle Competition Winner
With a programme as packed as ever, whether you’re a foodie, an adrenaline junkie, animal obsessed or a self- confessed shopaholic, there is an attraction (or ten) for you!
There are appearances from celebrity chefs, Paul Hannam’s quad bike stunt show and various animal competition classes to enjoy including Heavy Horses, Dairy Goats and Jacob Sheep.
Plus, plenty of local businesses will be there with their fine products and services for you to sample and try!
If you’re a music maestro, you’re in for a treat as the brilliant Roberts Bakery band will be taking centre stage at the main ring from 6pm-8pm. The Sandbach-based Band has recently celebrated its 40-year partnership with Cheshire Show principle partners, Roberts Bakery, and have become Show favourites over the years.
After many months without being able to enjoy live music, it’s going to be a welcome return for many and a fantastic end to what is sure to be a great day out.
Show Director, Rob Davenport, said, “The Royal Cheshire County Show is now in its 181st year and I think it’s fair to say that this year in particular the great Cheshire public will be looking forward to a fantastic show and a great family day out. We’ve got some wonderful attractions lined up along with a few surprises. We can’t wait to welcome everyone through the gates on July 31st!”
8 am to 8 pmThe Royal Cheshire County Show ground is situated at Tabley, near Knutsford on the A556, approximately 1.5 miles from Junction 19 of the M6. WA16 0JF
The Royal Cheshire County Show is a grand celebration of everything we know and love about farming and the countryside.
One of the most highly anticipated agricultural shows in the country, The Cheshire Agricultural Society has announced that after last year’s virtual show, the summer spectacular is set to return and will take place on Saturday 31st July 2021, for one day only – and tickets are now live and available to purchase!
An exciting line-up of attractions will be taking place at the one-day show including competitions, exhibitions, demonstrations and performances. And rest assured, your old Royal Cheshire County Show favourites are set to be making an appearance!
The exhilarating Quad Bike Stunt Show will be making a welcome return, showcasing precision riding, nail-biting tricks and jumps and the unforgettable multiple-roll stunt. Also back for 2021 is the world-renowned Sheep Show, a fun and educational ‘Miss World of Sheep’ featuring the famous dancing beauties in the ‘Sheep Show Hustle.’
The Young Farmers will again be joining in with their traditional Tug-O-War competition and infamous float extravaganza and visitors will be able to enjoy an array of livestock exhibits and of course some retail therapy in the wonderful Cheshire Farmer’s Market.
As always, there’ll also be opportunities to celebrate local cuisine at the Roberts Bakery Food Village and the traditions of rural communities at The Village Green.
There’ll also be plenty of opportunities for competing on 31st July with competitions so far including Heavy Horses, Pygmy Goats, Dairy Goats and Honey.
After an uncertain year, the show promises ticketholders a great day out in the Cheshire countryside!
Due to restrictions, this will be a strictly members and ticketed event with limited tickets available for purchase.
For initial trade stand and sponsorship enquiries, please contact the show office on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01565 650 200.
In addition to the public event, The Cheshire Agricultural Society is planning to hold the much-anticipated annual Light Horse and Dog competitions on June 21st, 22nd and 23rd, which will be held behind closed doors, due to current Covid-19 restrictions.
Both the Light Horse and Dog competition schedules are now live on the website!
This is the first year that the show is set to take place at the weekend, making the event far more accessible for many, which will be music to a lot of ears! The Cheshire Agricultural Society looks forward to welcoming competitors and visitors alike to this unique celebration of rural life in our beloved county.
For all initial competition enquiries, please contact Rob Davenport (Show Director) on email@example.com or call the Show office on 01565 650 200
Chester Zoo, Caughall Road, Upton by Chester CH2 1LH
The Lanterns at Chester Zoo is back for another MAGICAL year, and is set to be as enchanting as ever.
Join us as we transform the zoo into a spectacular wonderland, full of sparkle, illumination and plenty of Christmas cheer!
Escape to fantastical worlds, each different from the last, that will take you on an illuminating journey like no other! Be immersed in this magical and uniquely Chester Zoo evening event, giving you the chance to see the zoo in a whole new light. Let your imagination run wild, and discover incredible spaces, each filled to the brim with colourful animal lanterns, spectacular costumed characters and Christmas scenes.
Child tickets start from £11
Adult tickets start from £13
Children aged 2 and under enter free of charge
Selected dates are available from Friday 12 November – Thursday 23 December, with timed tickets that give entry every 15 minutes from 4pm to 8.15pm.
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