To say we’re excited to be able to open the 2021 Shropshire County (Livestock and Vintage Machinery) Show to the public this year is an understatement.
We absolutely cannot wait to welcome everyone back to the Greenhous West Mid Showground on July 17 and we have plenty for all to enjoy!
To make sure the show is a COVID-safe event, things will be a little different to what people are used to but it will still be a fabulous day out for all the family.
Our entertainment will include a display of Shropshire’s finest cattle and sheep, the Horse of the Year qualifier for Shire Horses, a fantastic display of vintage machinery, a funfair, a large family picnic area and, of course, our ‘wandering’ children’s entertainers.
There will also be a delicious variety of refreshments, including a bar.
We know the show will have a wonderful atmosphere as people enjoy the summer and feel life is returning to some normality.
We feel as if we are going back to our agricultural roots with the focus very much being on livestock and machinery, which has always been our first love with the aim to showcase the wonderful farming world we have in Shropshire.
Admission to the show will be just £5 with one free child under 16 with one fee paying adult. Parking will be free too.
Our CEO Ian Bebbington said: “We are delighted to be able to hold the Shropshire County Show for 2021.
“Like so many industries, the events and entertainment industry has been hit hard by the pandemic but now, as restrictions are lifted, we can put plans in place to offer a great show once again.
“We know the county show is an annual date in many people’s calendars and we are looking forward to bringing people back together again on July 17.
“We are especially looking forward to watching the children enjoy the entertainment and funfair and for families to come together and enjoy some time outside after many months of being inside at home.”
Tickets for the 2021 Shropshire County (Livestock and Vintage Machinery) Show are now available and can be booked by clicking here.
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