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Event Caerwys Agricultural Show, Flintshire
Saturday 10th June 2017, Babell, Holywell

The long-standing Caerwys Agricultural Show is still going strong, and it’s open to the whole family. It is even dog friendly – provided that your canine pal is kept on a lead at all times – so you can bring all your loved ones along to enjoy the show!

The long-standing Caerwys Agricultural Show is still going strong, and it’s open to the whole family. It is even dog friendly – provided that your canine pal is kept on a lead at all times – so you can bring all your loved ones along to enjoy the show!

There are attractions and events of all shapes and sizes on this midsummer Saturday. There’s a wide collection of glorious classic and vintage vehicles for you to gawk at, and not just cars either – there are plenty of vintage tractors, too!

Also, you can view some fantastic floral art and produce, as well as take some home with you if so inclined, and there are – of course – the requisite animal shows to be watched, with all sorts of categories to enjoy.

Children and adults alike will surely love the shire and heavy horses, especially when they are riding along on a cart behind them. There are also some lovely Shetland ponies, a favourite of kids all over the country.

And lastly, there are a number of great trade stands to be enjoyed, where you can pick up some of the finest local produce on offer. Make sure to enter the raffle!

 

Location

The Caerwys Agricultural show is located near Brynford, at Gatehouse Farm. If you visit their site there are detailed directions of routes from the surrounding areas. 

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