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RLS2017

The return of the Royal Lancashire Show to Salesbury Hall in 2017 proved a great success.

Crowds in excess of 15,000 attended a 3 day event and comments following the show were very favourable.

The show will again be at Salesbury Hall in 2018.  The show is returning to the traditional dates in July and will take place on the 20th, 21st & 22nd July 2018.

Arrangements for the show are well in hand and all of the key attractions have already been booked.

There will be a return of top level show jumping in the main rings with two classes each day culminating in the Grand Prix on Sunday.

2018 will feature a Ladies Marquee And a Ladies Day on Friday  20th July

The number of exhibitors will be significantly increased with many aimed at equestrian and country pursuit activities.

Again the intention will be to significantly increase the livestock element of the show and we are delighted to say the local Young Farmers Group will be playing an active part.

For the first time the show will incorporate a Children’s Village with various activities aimed at our younger visitors.  Other than any refreshments that may be purchased there will be no charge to enter this special part of the show.

If you are an exhibitor and would like to make your booking early there are special concessions for an early booking and the trade exhibitor packs can be downloaded from the links and forms using the button on the opening page.

 

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Royal Lancs Show 2017
Royal Lancs Show 2017

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