Bruton Knowles are flying the flag for Three Counties farmers
PUBLISHED: 10:46 22 June 2017
Sponsors Bruton Knowles were flying high after another hugely successful Royal Three Counties Show held at the Malvern showground
More than 96,000 people attended the Royal Three Counties Show at the Malvern showground over what was the hottest weekend of the year so far.
Bruton Knowles Marketing Director Chris Eldridge said: “With more than 5,000 animals and hundreds of firms represented there really was something for all ages and interests and we were delighted to be the main show sponsor.
“The undoubted highspot was the spectacular parachute drop undertaken by the Red Devils – who deployed our flag during their descent into the main arena and also took the fabulous photos!”
Angus Taylor, Head of the Gloucester-based Bruton Knowles, said: “We are once again proud to have supported a successful Royal Three Counties Show and be the headline sponsor for Gloucestershire’s year.
“We operate across the sector and this show exemplifies all that is good about our rural and agricultural community we have worked with for over 155 years.
“Our roots are in Gloucester and with this year’s show orientated towards our county, we are immensely proud to have been associated with a wonderful showcase for all that is great about the region and the hard working people that make it special.”
Bruton Knowles held a Pimms Party for guests and associates on the Friday with TV Countryfile presenter, show Ambassador and Cotswold Life columnist Adam Henson putting in an appearance.