The Royal Cornwall Showground,
Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 7JE
Entries are now open for the 2014 Forestry Woodlands Competition. The bi-annual competition, run by the RCAA forestry section has five classes for a range of foresty woodlands in the county of Cornwall.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited the show a sunny opening day.
She completed a busy programme of engagements, covering many different aspects of the show.
The princess also attended the annual general meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth, of which she is president.
The meeting was hosted by the RCAA. This was the princess’s fourth visit to the show and she was here long into the afternoon.
Entries are now open for The Duke of Cornwall's Award 2014. The award recognises innovation in farm diversification in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. The winner receives a signed certificate and a £1000 cash prize from the Duke of Cornwall.
Sunday, 9th of June and the three days of the Royal Cornwall Show, 2013 are over.
Vehicles are moving, marquees coming down and exhibits being dismantled. Animal pens and stalls are empty.
But in 12 months from now, it will all be back in full swing once more.
Show news as it happens
Vicky’s Bread of Helston had a double surprise at the show. Not only were they visited by HRH the Princess royal but they were named best exhibit in the Royal Cornwall Food and Farming Awards.
Twenty two visitors from Holland arrived on Friday, with a mission to see the show from every angle.
Hope you all enjoyed this years show. Come back again next year.
5th, 6th and 7th June 2014.
Visit our diary page for all the latest news as the show gets under way.
The Royal Cornwall Show has one of the country's top regional flower shows.
A lake, two demonstration rings and fascinating exhibits
There will be something very different greeting visitors to the steam and vintage fair this year. Keep watching...