Great Yorkshire Show
The Great Yorkshire Show is a Yorkshire institution, showcasing the very best of British farming, food and the countryside.
Held over three days in July, the Great Yorkshire Show welcomes more than 130,000 visitors and 8,500 animals every year. And regularly hosts national cattle competitions as well as one of the finest show jumping competitions in the country, the Cock O’The North.
The show’s strong agricultural links makes it one of the best placed for suppliers to showcase their latest models.
And while agriculture at its heart, there’s also entertainment, shopping, live music, cookery demos and a professional catwalk fashion show – including a one-off celebrity special.
The first Great Yorkshire Show was held in 1838 and is organised by registered charity the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.