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13 – 15 June 2025 –


Each year, the Royal Three Counties Show celebrates the finest produce from the three counties and beyond through artisan food and drink producers, delicious street food producers, celebrity cookery demos and much more!

Click here to see the list of Food & Drink Exhibitors.

Click here to see the list of Food & Drink Exhibitors catering for those with dietary requirements

Click here for the Food & Drink Theatre Timetable

There is covered seating for picnicking or enjoying food purchased onsite, free water refill stations throughout the showground and a bandstand with live music to listen to while you eat.



The Royal Three Counties Show is a foodie’s dream as local and artisan producers from Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, as well as across the UK, will be joining us in the NEW Indoor Food & Shopping Hall, in Severn Hall. Here you’ll be able to shop for everything from handmade confectionary to award-winning aged rum, exotic spices and artisan cheese. Neals Yard Farm Cheeses from across the UK,  Malvavisco Marshmallows, Good Game Charcuterie, Chickies Scotch Eggs, Brockleby’s Pies and Chockshop luxury brownies are all set to attend.

Street food fans will be spoilt for choice with over 30 different vendors to choose from, including The Beefy Boys, who have earned an outstanding reputation for their award-winning dirty American-style burgers. Worcestershire’s Roly Poly Eats are also a highlight for fast food fans. MacDaddies will be serving up gourmet mac and cheese, including a vegan option, meanwhile pizza fans can get their fix from Kitchen Garden Pizza Company. For tantalising flavours, Nawa Kitchen will be serving up Tibetan street food and Thainese will blend the vibrant flavours of Thai and Chinese cuisines. For those with a sweet tooth, head to Chockshop for chocolate brownies or Kelsmor Dairy for a tempting array of ice creams and milkshakes.


Westons Cider will have a pop up bar to serve their refreshing cider range, as will Hawkstone.

Those more partial to sipping something with sparkles can stop by the champagne bar in the Royal Parade area, where chilled glasses of bubbles will accompany the main arena entertainment.

The  brand-new Old Bull bar tent, in partnership with Wye Valley Brewery and Westons, will be open throughout the show this year, with a closing time of 7.30pm and live music on both Friday and Saturday evening between 5.30pm and 7.30pm. The bar will be located next to the Main Arena and will be serving our own ‘Old Bull Ale’ made by Wye Valley Brewery.


The Three Counties Cider and Perry festival showcases some of the finest cider and perry from within the three counties. It is also the location of the Three Counties International Cider and Perry Championship in which producers compete in a number of classes to be crowned a winner.

Exhibitors attending the show so far include (subject to change):

  • Palmer’s Upland Cyder
  • Ragged Stone Cider & Perry
  • Ross-on-Wye Cider & Perry
  • Gwatkins Cider & Perry

Visitors can also browse trade stands from wine producers, chat to producers about how the wine is produced as well as taste and purchase some of the finest wine this country has to offer.


There are a number of onsite cafes you can enjoy a bite to eat. These are:

  • Stockmans Café (behind Kildare Hall)
  • Lindon Café run by the Womens Institute (WI) in Lindon (leading into Severn Hall)
  •  There will also be a Vintage Tea Tent where you can take a step back in time as you enjoy sumptuous cakes, scones and tea cakes, while listening to music from a bygone era.


Members will be able to access the exclusive restaurant in the Members Marquee and is a great place to enjoy a bistro style two course meal as you watch the action in the Main Arena.Click here for more information about becoming a Three Counties Agricultural Society Member.

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