Calling all families! The Royal Cheshire County Show is back this June 18th & 19th, promising an unforgettable two days of celebration, discovery, and pure merriment for all ages.

RCC Sheep

This year's show boasts a fantastic line-up designed to keep everyone entertained. Get up close and personal with over 3,000 animals, including the return of the Natterjack Alpacas. Witness the grace and power of the horses in the ever-popular Horse Show, or head to the Agri-Centre and explore the fascinating world of agriculture through interactive exhibits.

For the first time ever at the Royal Cheshire County Show, come face-to-face with magnificent giant tortoises! These gentle giants are living relics of prehistoric times.

Young adventurers will be enthralled by a variety of attractions. Let their imaginations run wild in the Children's Fairground, complete with thrilling rides and classic amusements. Back for another year are the Mini Off-Rovers, offering young drivers the opportunity to enjoy a taste of a mini off-road vehicle.

RCC mini rover

The excitement doesn't stop there! Don't miss the nail-biting competitions, showcasing the best of Cheshire's rural life. Prepare to be dazzled by the Knights of Nottingham! This exceptional medieval reenactment troupe will transport you back in time with thrilling jousting displays, showcasing the chivalry, combat skills, and grandeur of the medieval era.

On Tuesday, June 18th, join us for "Late at the Show," offering extended hours until 10pm. Families can enjoy live music featuring the iconic boyband Boyzlife, as well as experiencing all the fun of the fair, tasty food and drink.

Boyzlife New for Art

With something for everyone, the Royal Cheshire County Show guarantees a memorable day out for the whole family. Tickets are available for £75 for two adults and two children (aged 5-17)

For the chance to save 20% on your ticket price, look out for newspaper and billboard advertisements featuring a special QR code.

Don’t delay, book your tickets today and create lasting memories at Cheshire's biggest agricultural day out!




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