News - Royal Welsh Show

22 July 2015Royal Welsh Honorary Awards
Royal Welsh Honorary Awards

Each year the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society presents a series of honorary awards to people who have given exceptional service to the society, mainly in a voluntary capacity, and in many cases for well over 20 years.

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22 July 2015Royal Welsh Show Celebrates Cob Wednesday
Royal Welsh Show Celebrates Cob Wednesday

The Wednesday of the annual Royal Welsh Show traditionally always draws the biggest crowds, with visitors flocking to Llanelwedd from all over the world to see the majestic and beautiful Welsh ponies and cobs competing for the coveted Royal Welsh championship titles.

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20 July 2015European Commissioner opens the 2015 Royal Welsh Show
European Commissioner opens the 2015 Royal Welsh Show

This year the show was officially opened by Mr Owain Williams, a representative from the feature county of Gwent and Chair of Usk YFC, and Commissioner Phil Hogan, the new European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development.

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20 July 2015New Radnor Suite for Neuadd Henllan
New Radnor Suite for Neuadd Henllan

The showground’s stockman’s accommodation, Neuadd Henllan, has benefited from a beautiful facelift.

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10 July 2015
Honours for Welsh farming leaders

Four hardworking and deserving industry leaders have recently been given the honour of being made associates of the Royal Agricultural Societies for their contribution to the agricultural and rural industries in Wales.

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10 July 2015
Louise Owen Memorial Scholarship

Edward Davies of Llanwddyn, Powys has become the very first recipient of the Royal Welsh Louise Owen Memorial Scholarship.

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8 July 2015
Pembrokeshire Farmer wins 2015 Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Grassland Trophy

Welsh farmers are renowned as some of the world’s experts at growing grass as a crop and many of them compete for the annual All Wales Grassland Management Competition.

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8 July 2015
RWAS Long Service Medals for agricultural workers

Five agricultural workers from across Wales, who together have notched up 241 years of service, will receive a Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Long Service Medal in recognition of their length of service to the agricultural industry at this year’s Royal Welsh Show.

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