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The annual event showcases the best of food, farming and rural life at Ingliston in Edinburgh from 23rd to the 26th of June.
The Royal Highland Show is Scotland’s biggest annual Agricultural show. Held annually in June at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston, the event attracts over 1,000 exhibitors, 4,500 head of livestock, and up to 190,000 visitors. It is the premier fixture in Scotland’s farming calendar, exhibitors compete for the prestige of winning not only a prize ticket but also prize money and trophies worth over £1 million.
The show has something for everyone, from competitions to shopping, live music and tasty food and drinks – It’s the one place you can meet, touch, smell, taste and take home the best in the country.
Scotland’s Larder Live!
Scotland’s Larder Live! on 13th Avenue is a must-see for all Foodies and a great place to sample some of the best food and drink around. Discover artisan producers and enjoy some tasty treats from superb vendors. See producers go head to head in this year’s Scottish Championships. Who will take the gold in the Cheese, Butter, Ice Cream and Bread categories?
The Grand Parade
The Grand Parade is hugely popular and the Grandstand fills up quickly on the afternoons of Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Prize-winning cattle can be seen gracefully wending their way across the Main Ring. If you don’t know your Belted Galloways from your Belgian Blues then this is a very rare opportunity to see so many different breeds at one time.
The hottest place (quite literally) at the show. Watch as competitors go head to head in the Scottish Open Farriery Championship Horse-shoeing & Shoe-making competitions.
Witness astounding skill and strength as record-breaking pole climbers brave the dizzying heights in the Forestry Arena. As well as amazing bike displays, axe throwing and forestry demonstrations.
Follow the excitement of the competition and be amazed at the skill and speed of the sheep shearers. Speed, accuracy and flair combine to make this category such compelling viewing and one of the toughest competitions to win.
With so much action and so many top-class riders and horses, there’s never a dull moment in the Showjumping ring.
The Countryside Area
Set by its very own loch and surrounded by stunning landscaping, the Countryside Area features demonstrations and events showcasing a wide range of country sports and activities and rural skills. There’s so much to take in at the Countryside Area, from the Honey, Goats & Poultry Marquees, to the great range of outdoor pursuits on display.
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