The Royal County Show – A Brief Introduction
To understand why many Cornish locals proclaim the Royal Cornwall Show as the last true show for agriculture and farming in the UK, we have to see the history and its scale. The show has been in operation as a brand for 193 years, and there are no signs for it to be slowing down. Instead, the editions every June in Wadebridge, Cornwall regularly exceed 120,000 visitors going upwards of 130,000 people. That’s a massive turnout for a three-day event and a good investment for brands and businesses exhibiting as the showgrounds have space for 1000 exhibitor booths.
An Industry Profile
The Royal Cornwall Agricultural Show developed as a stage for animal contests and to this day, you will see thousands of animals entered into competitions – cattle, pigs, goats, sheep, poultry and caged birds, pigeons, rare breeds, rabbits and bees. That’s scratching the surface because there is a flower marquee dedicated for local nurseries, a craft show for local rural arts and crafts, and an area for agricultural machinery and ancillary businesses. As such the audience is varied between animal breeders, farmers and students involved in the Young Farmers Clubs and the general public who want to enjoy the Scarecrow Trail or the Cornwall Festival of Dance.
Go Fair Takes You There
Go Fair ltd specializes in hotel accommodation for travelling exhibitors. We offer a breath of near and far destinations including Wadebridge, Cornwall and are able to provide you with suitable top deals for the Royal Cornwall Show. The earlier you get in touch the easier it will be to position you close to the showgrounds and keep you from overspending. A personal travel assistant will be working with you every step of the way and answer any questions or make alterations to your trip. Go Fair ltd can service solo travellers with the same ease as groups of more than twenty people.