It’s the last of the great little agricultural shows of the season in Cardigan and Teifi Valley, the lovely Llandysul Show is all set to take place on Saturday, September 5th, at Hengae Fields, Saron.
Cattle, horses, sheep, horticulture and handicrafts all feature in this event, which traditionally wraps up the local show season for the year.
There will be a dog show, domestic classes, YFC competitions, a Foxhound Display, Trade Stands, Craft and Food Fair and a Vintage Show as well.
The field opens to the public at 9am and that’s just the start of a great day out for all the family. There’s free car parking too. In the evening there will be a dance in the marquee with live music.
In the horse section there will be riding and pony breeding classes, including Welsh Mountain Ponies, Hunters, Palominos, Children’s Riding, Shetlands and Welsh Cobs.
After a break for the Vintage Display horse judging will continue with Arabs, Shires, Welsh Part-bred Classes, Coloureds and Miniatures
There will be a display by the Clettwr Hounds and Terrier Racing, plus a Dog Show.
The Cattle Section includes dairy and beef, plus handlers. The Parade of Cattle will be at 2pm and the Supreme Champion Horse will parade at 3.30pm, followed by the Grand Parade.
The horticulture section will cover a great variety of fruit and veg classes, while the flowers always create a beautiful show, with some lovely floral display entries too.
Crafts cover all kinds of wood and metalwork, while the domestic section includes everything from jam and pickle to wine, bread and a range of cakes. There will also be knitting and embroidery, art and photography and a wide choice of craft sections for kids to enter.
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