The Royal Welsh Show
Royal Welsh Show for 2019 is on from 22nd to the 25th of July 2019
The Royal Welsh Show is the pinnacle event in the British agricultural calendar, the Royal Welsh Show, will be held on 22 – 25 July 2019 at the showground in Llanelwedd.
Along with an exciting four-days of livestock competitions, with entries travelling from far and wide to compete, the show has something to interest everyone through its wide range of activities including forestry, horticulture, crafts, countryside sports, shopping, food and drink and a 12-hour programme each day of exciting entertainment, attractions and displays.
Based on last years Royal Welsh Show their will be lots of activities for 2019 including,
Countryside Care Area, Schools Competition, Food Hall, Tradestands, Forestry, Hospitality, Competitions etc.
2019 Spring Festival 18 & 19 May –
A celebration of smallholding and rural life
Royal Welsh Showground, Llanelwedd. LD2 3SY
Saturday: 9am – 9pm
Sunday: 9am – 5pm
The two-day festival, with its action-packed programme of entertainment, have-a-go educational activities, talks, workshops, displays and performances, offers the perfect family day out.
With an expanded food and drink quarter, over 1,300 livestock and horses on display, a Smallholder Centre and Country Life area which features the only Premier Open Show held in Wales, the Royal Welsh Trail Running Festival, children’s activities, Country pursuits and much more, the event has something for everyone whatever your interest or passion.
Once all the hustle and bustle of the day has died down a little, the food and drink quarter will burst into life with live music and performers along with an array of street food stalls and producers selling all manner of delicacies and delights. Why not join us for an enjoyable spring evening of music and food with friends.
To make things even better for our visiting families, all children aged 16 and under have FREE entry.
Well behaved dogs are welcome to accompany their responsible owners to the Spring Festival, as long as they are kept on a lead at all times and do not enter the buildings.