Host County at Royal Three Counties Show
Each year Royal Three Counties Show is hosted by one of the Three Counties, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire or Worcestershire. Herefordshire takes the reins in 2019 and showcases a selection of the best bits from the county.
NMiTE aims to be Hereford's first University. Ingenuity Studio, an NMiTE engagement programme, inspires a new passion for engineering as a lifelong career. Come and experience engineering through the exploration of ideas, design and making. Open all day the high-tech studio, created from a refurbished shipping container, houses an array of lab-style and low-tech equipment. Ingenuity Studio is kindly supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation.
Bordered by the River Wye, The Weir sits within unspoilt Herefordshire countryside and has many historical secrets to uncover. For centuries the site has been used as a pleasure ground for fishing, boating and swimming. It is managed in a natural way to create a varied habitat for wildlife.
Join in fun activities from the National Trust's '50 thing's to do before you're 11 3/4' programme.
The Wye & Usk Foundation highlights ecology and more specifically, restoring the habitat, water quality and fisheries of the rivers Wye and Usk. The small team of enthusiastic professional staff are eager to share their knowledge and experience with you.
Discover Eat Sleep Live Herefordshire's stand and discover everything you need to know about the beautiful county.
Hereford College of Arts is a specialist college for the arts. They focus entirely on what creative students need. Join the team and take part in a range of fun activities that link to the course on offer at the college.
Freshfields is a fresh produce business based in Hereford growing strawberries, asparagus and garlic. As a modern fresh produce business, they strive to produce the best possible produce while farming in a sustainable, environmental and efficient manner. Find out how crops are produced in the UK and taste some of the delicious strawberries they produce.
Hereford Cathedral is the home of a community which has worshipped and worked together continuously for over 1,300 years.
Rural Media are showcasing The Great Place project. The project empowers communities to redefine what makes Herefordshire a great place while championing and strengthening the vital role culture and heritage plays in a rural county’s social and economic future.
Two Farmers Crisps celebrates their roots in the Herefordshire countryside. Founders Sean and Mark are on hand to share their story and ethos; keeping air miles low, using renewable energy on the farm and creating 100% compostable packaging.