Cheshire County Show 2012

Event details

19th - 20th June 2012
Cheshire County Showground

About the event

As ever we are planning another action-packed couple of days for all our visitors - so keep an eye on our website as the Show evolves over the year.

If you want to experience and celebrate all that is great and good about the countryside then the Cheshire County Show is the only place to be as it brings together the many interesting and fascinating aspects of farming and rural life in Cheshire.

Visitors and members of the agricultural community come together in the ever popular Agricultural Centre marquee, as it explains the journey of food within its theme of ‘Plough to Plate’. From live demonstrations of milking cows and feeding calves to butchery demonstrations and ice-cream making, right through to the environmental matters that are considered in food production, the Agricultural Centre is a must see.

We know that the livestock and animals at ‘the Cheshire’ are for so many one, of the main reasons to visit and we know from feedback we never disappoint. As local and regional farmers compete to win the coveted title of ‘Supreme Champion, a wide range of cattle can be seen on show days, from the impressive mass of the Hereford Bull and British Blue to the petit Dexter’s and the familiar black and white of the Holstein dairy cattle.

Sheep, Goats, Pigs and Rare Breed livestock are always well represented at the show in the many competition classes. With the piglets proving particularly popular with visitors young and old alike.

From Shires to Shetlands, Show jumpers to Show ponies, equines are a strong feature of the show in all their spectacular splendor.