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Wiltshire County Show at Barbury for 2012 on the 30th of June - 1st July

PUBLISHED: 13:05 22 June 2012 | UPDATED: 21:30 20 February 2013

Wiltshire County Show at Barbury for 2012 on the 30th of June - 1st July

Wiltshire County Show at Barbury for 2012 on the 30th of June - 1st July

Following on from the tremendous success in 2011, Barbury Castle Horse Trials is proud to host the Wiltshire County Show again in 2012.<br/>The Barbury International Horse Trials is delighted to announce that for the 3rd year the Wiltshire County Show

Following on from the tremendous success in 2011, Barbury Castle Horse Trials is proud to host the Wiltshire County Show again in 2012.


The Barbury International Horse Trials is delighted to announce that for the 3rd year the Wiltshire County Show will also feature over the Saturday and the Sunday (30th June/1st July). The Wiltshire County Show this year has a completely new layout and feel.


With a feast of displays and demonstrations from Wiltshires agricultural, craft and food industries there will be something for all the family.


The CGA Wiltshire Festival of Food, featuring some of the very best cookery demonstrations with locally sourced produce should wet any food lovers appetite. There is a fabulous new food marquee buzzing with innovative ideas, so that you can sample and purchase food that can be sourced locally and across the country. Come and be inspired. We will also have the AGA Rangemaster Cookery Theatre and celebrity chefs, doing daily demonstrations.


Alongside the festival will be an array of trade stands, a real shoppers paradise. Come and find products that are not available on the high street, something for everyone; a retail extravagance.


This event is also perfect for the grandkids and granddads alike the Wiltshire Show will demonstrate the modern and the traditional farming techniques that are employed across the county featuring a host of farm machinery including tractors, combine harvesters and vintage machinery. In addition, the showing of prime cattle, pigs and sheep as well as sheep shearing, sheep dog trials, ferret racing, llama racing, flying birds of prey will also feature.


Horsepower of a different kind will also feature with military displays of tanks and armoured vehicles and paintballing. The nominated charity is ABF, The Soldiers Charity, providing support to serving and retired soldiers as well as their families. Please give as generously as you can when you see the bucket collectors.


Nigel Bunter, the owner of Barbury Castle Estate said It has always been our aim to grow the event and provide a wider family day out and we are thrilled to be hosting the Wiltshire County Show again in 2012. 2011 was a great success and enjoyed by everyone. We aim to make 2012 bigger and better with more to do and more to see.


With tickets purchased in advance at 12 per person and 15 on the gate with under 12s going free, the Barbury International Horse Trials, featuring the worlds top event riders combined with the Wiltshire County Show offers fantastic value.


BOOK TICKETS HERE or call the box office on 01672 516125.


http://www.barburyhorsetrials.co.uk/?content=spectator&id=wiltshire-county-show












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