The North Wales Agricultural Show (known locally as the Caernarfon Show) this weekend is set to have a fantastic run, with high temperatures and clear skies forecast. This is a nice come-back from last year’s poor weather led to the first cancellation in the event’s 131 year history! Costs have risen and volunteers have been harder to find, however, other north wales agricultural shows have given Caernarfon’s show a massive morale boost.
The Show is taking place on Saturday the 6th of July at Wern Ddu fields on Bethel Road in Caernarfon.
Come and see all what we have to show, Breeders coming from far and wide to showcase a wide range of animals that is to be expected, such as horses, sheep, cattle, rabbits, poultry, caged birds, and pigs. There’s plenty of interesting stalls offering all sorts, not just limited to that of the agricultural nature!
Competitors of all ages are getting ready to compete, with Margret Haines, aged 77 among those who have been busy preparing food. She only competed for the first time in 2010mm after operations and illness; she still pulled through and won the cup!
On the other end of the spectrum, Ysgol Brnyfoel in Y Fron, pupils are preparing art for the shows art contest, continuing the school’s tradition of doing so every year!
With the forecast set to stun, and a promising collection of good old fashioned showground goodies, this year will surely be a blazing success! Don’t miss what almost guarantees to be a fantastic and memorable event!
What better way to spend a gorgeous day in the sunshine?