THIS year s Hertfordshire County Show is set to be jam-packed with fun activities for all the family. The 123rd annual show will be held on May 23 and 24 at Herts County Showground in Redbourn and is expected to attract 30,000 visitors over the two days.
THIS year's Hertfordshire County Show is set to be jam-packed with fun activities for all the family.
The 123rd annual show will be held on May 23 and 24 at Herts County Showground in Redbourn and is expected to attract 30,000 visitors over the two days.
Attractions will include an all human circus, a sheepdog display, a freestyle motorcycle team display, and music from quartet, Casablanca Steps.
There will also be a climbing wall, a Punch and Judy show, a tribute to the land army girls, and 1940s music entertainment.
Caroline Tapster, chief executive of Herts County Council, is the show's president this year.
She said: "This is a great honour for me as in recent years the Hertfordshire County Show has deservedly grown in reputation as the showcase for promoting the best of Hertfordshire.
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"The show is a truly integral part of the Hertfordshire community, and its influence reaches far beyond the two-day annual show.
"By maintaining an extensive 'fun and farming education' programme for children, together with actively promoting Hertfordshire food products and services, the show is becoming an increasingly important part of life in the county."
To book your tickets in advance, and save 25 per cent, visit www.hertsshow.com
All children's entertainment is free at the show.