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See what the countryside and rural life have to offer
A hearty celebration of regional food, farming and family entertainment is on offer at the Royal Three Counties Show at Malvern's Three Counties Showground from June 14 -16.
The annual agricultural event is expected to attract more than 90,000 people, who will see what the counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire have to offer. This year, the festivities are curated by Herefordshire so expect to sip cider and sample strawberries, as well as discover the region's rich cultural heritage.
Freshfields Fruit Ltd will tell the story of soft fruit production in the county, while The National Trust's Weir Garden will be on hand with fun activities from the National Trust's "50 things to do before you're 11 ¾" programme.
The founders of Herefordshire-based Two Farmers Crisps will share their story and ethos, explaining how they keep air miles low, use renewable energy on the farm and create 100% compostable packaging. They were the first crisp brand to create a fully compostable bag.
Some of the country's finest livestock will compete for the title of "Best in Show", with thousands of show entries expected. Countryfile presenter and Royal Three Counties Show Ambassador, Adam Henson (pictured above), will answer questions in "Ask the Farmer" sessions and educate visitors about his animals at Cotswold Farm Park, some of which he plans to bring along to the show.
Sheep shearing competitions and craft workshops are on the agenda, and youngsters will be able to meet lots of cute and cuddly creatures, ranging from rabbits, alpacas and goats to chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys.
The Gardening Hub returns for its second year, with stage host, local gardening expert Reg Moule. Visitors can take part in a gardening Q&A, learn how to re-pot a plant and find out about keeping chickens. There is also a flower show and an international exhibition of orchids.
The best national and local produce will be showcased, with plenty of tasty treats to try. Head to the Cookery Theatre to see a range of dishes whizzed up from produce at the show. A Cider Festival and Cheese & Dairy Produce Show will also take place.
Head of Shows for Three Counties, Diana Walton, said: "Royal Three Counties Show is a wonderful celebration of fine food, farming and the countryside that the whole family can enjoy."