With its roots firmly embedded in Cheshire’s rich
farming history the main focus of the show will once again be the thousands of
animals including livestock, horses and dogs in competition.
Sainsbury’s Agri-Centre will also keep the show’s agricultural heritage alive
with the wider public as members of the county’s farming community demonstrate
the methods used to get milk, cheese, meat and other foodstuffs on to
In addition to the
animals the public will get the chance see a variety of rural past times
including falconry, ferreting and a pack of hounds in the
Countryside Experience Area.
A thrilling schedule is planned for the main ring
where attractions will include a heart-stopping display by one of the World’s
leading stunt motorcyclists Matt Coulter AKA ‘The Kangaroo Kid’ and stirring
live music from the Scots Guard Association Pipe
and Drum Band
Back who return by popular demand.
Visitors will also be able to sample to culinary
delights of the Roberts Speciality Food Hall, where over a hundred food producers from
Cheshire and across the UK are expected display tasty treats.
the Roberts Speciality Food Live Theatre some of the North West’s top food experts including Simon Rimmer, Claire Lara, Nigel Haworth and Sean Wilson will give live cookery demonstrations showing how to produce a range of
More regular updates on the 2013 show – which is
expected to attract 80,000 visitors – will be available on the website in the
run up to the event so keep checking back for all the latest news.