The Vale of Glamorgan Show is being held tomorrow – Wednesday August 9th – at Fonmon Castle near Cardiff Airport.

The popular Vale of Glamorgan Agricultural Show is being held at Fonmon Castle tomorrow  – with special buses operating between Penarth and the showground.

More than 20,000 people are expected at this year’s event which the organisers say includes something for everyone and will provide a memorable be a day out for the whole family.

Several classes of horses will be in contention at the event

Organised by the Vale of  Glamorgan Agricultural Society – the show was originally established back in 1772 providing a opportunity for local farmers to meet and compete in annual produce and livestock competitions . It was initially held in Cowbridge but now takes place in the grounds of Fonmon Castle which has been its base since 1998.

There are more than 200 trade stands on the field. The show’s Food Hall features produce grown or manufactured in the Vale, and there’s a special Home Produce marquee featuring bakery and home-made preserves.

A Kennel Club-registered dog takes place at one side of the field whilst at the castle end of the compound visitors can see the cattle an sheep classes in competition

The horse competitions run in the main ring  up until 15:00 when there is a spectacular Grand Parade of all the Prize Winning Animals.

This is tomorrow’s timetable for buses from Penarth to the Vale of Glamorgan Show:-

This timetable of special buses will operate between Penarth and the Vale of Glamorgan Show tomorrow

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