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More than 1000 dogs and their owners will converge on the Royal Welsh showground at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, in May to compete for the prizes at the only premier open dog show held in Wales.Read more
Back by popular demand, the exciting and action-packed equestrian sport of scurry racing will be among the attractions at this years Royal Welsh Spring Festival.
Being held on 17-18 May at the showground in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, the Spring Festival is proud to host the first in the scurry driving event in the Scurry Drivers Association season.Read more
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The ever popular Farmers’ Market will once again be returning to this years Royal Welsh Spring Festival on 17-18 May in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells.
Dedicated to promoting the very best of British and Welsh produce, the Farmers’ Market in the Clwyd Glamorgan Hall is the place to visit for all your culinary desires. Whether you are looking for a quick snack, some special ingredients to take home or a unique gift, you won’t be disappointed.Read more
Once again the Royal Welsh Spring Festival on 17-18 May is gearing up to be the number one event for smallholding, gardening and sustainable living.
Over 23,000 visitors enjoyed the festival last year, which is held at the showground in Llanelwedd, Builth Wells, and the livestock section with its many traditional, rare and native breeds, is a major interest to all. This year the event will again be host to a huge number livestock classes and special awards, including 144 for sheep, 69 for pigs, 75 for goats and 13 for cattle.
The first major event of the year, the Spring Festival, started successfully once again confirming its reputation as one of the most popular attractions in Wales.Read more
A 20 hour programme of events and activities spread over the weekend of May 18 and 19 is planned for visitors to the Royal Welsh Spring Festival on the showground at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells.
This will be one of the most ambitious Festivals to be staged by the society since it began running the event 13 years ago mainly as an attraction for smallholders and country-lovers, gardeners and environmentalists. Now, the Festival embraces these and many other interests, attracting around 25,000 visitors to enjoy a virtual cornucopia of entertainment that starts at 9.00am and continues until after 4.00pm each day.
Vintage machinery enthusiasts will find plenty to interest them among the record number of 234 entries of old tractors, stationary engines and other equipment at the 2013 Royal Welsh Spring Festival. Lovingly restored examples of classic tractors and machines that once led the transformation of agriculture from horse power to today’s modern technology, will be on public view for the two days of the Festival over the weekend of May 18 and 19 on the showground at Llanelwedd, Builth Wells.Read more