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It's all on at the Royal Three Counties Show

Worcester Editorial 13th Jun, 2014 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

THERE will be everything from pigs to pole climbing at this year’s Royal Three Counties Show.

The annual event opens its doors once again this weekend from today (Friday) until  Sunday (June 15) at Malvern’s Three Counties Showground providing the biggest agricultural exhibition in the West Midlands.

The Main Arena will be a hub of activity for the three days with farmers from around the country parading Britain’s finest breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs.

While spectacular motocross freestyle team the Bolddog Lings who featured in the semi finals of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent, will be among a packed entertainment line-up throughout the weekend alongside mounted games, show jumping and the Red Devils Parachute Regiment display team.

TV farmer Adam Henson will also be appearing and residents have been urged to see the very latest hybrids and species of orchids at the International Orchid Show.

One of the highlights is set to be watching competitors race up the 25m high poles in the Husqvarna English Pole Climbing Competitions.

New for this year is the Malvern Active Sports Village featuring lots of traditional and alternative sports to try such as tag rugby, archery and crazy golf.

Visitors will also be able to try the finest food and drink produced from Worcestershire, Herefrodshire and Gloucestershire as well as soak up the atmosphere at the show’s real ale and cider festival.

Visit for more information and the full line-up of entertainment in the Main Arena.

Advanced booking closed last night but tickets can still be purchased on the gate. The show opens between 8am and 6pm on all three days.


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