The Royal Three Counties Show is the perfect place to discover and learn about different rural pursuits and countryside past times.
Make sure you drop by the Countryside Arena for interesting and informative displays and demos.
MACHINERY MILE – NEW
The new ‘Machinery Mile’, starting from South Gate, will showcase an impressive array of cutting-edge farming equipment from big name brands.
There will also be a display of a range of vintage tractors, vintage commercial vehicles, and miniature steam engines, in fascinating contrast to their modern counterparts. Get a real feel for the working life of yesteryear and enjoy the parades of vintage tractors and farming machinery, lovingly restored by dedicated enthusiasts, in the Countryside Arena.
Visitors can get expert advice on tree care and woodland management from a number of organisations while at the show.
There are also stands selling and offering advice on equipment such as log splitters and wood chippers as well as vegetation and arboreal services.
Don’t miss the Forestry Arena for exhilarating chainsaw demos and competitions. Click here to find out more.
There’s no better place to learn about traditional heritage skills than the Royal Three Counties Show. Stop by the dedicated forgotten skills area to watch demonstrations, on wool spinning, rope making and fly tying for example, and chat to makers about their craft.
SHOPPING AND INFORMATION POINTS
Rural sports enthusiasts will be able stock up on essentials from a wide range of quality country clothing and equipment retailers located around the showground, in particular next the Countryside Arena. Visit our shopping page for more information on trade stands.
Rural sports enthusiasts or those wanting to learn more about country life can also pick up information and advice from organisations such as BASC and the National Target Sports Association.