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New chapter in history of Kenilworth Show


One of the Midlands leading agricultural shows takes place in Warwickshire on Saturday, June 5.

The Kenilworth Show attracts thousands of people from across the country and is being held on a 50-acre site directly opposite the main entrance of the National Agricultural Centre (NAC) in Stoneleigh.

The traditional country show has been organised annually by The Kenilworth and District Agricultural Society since 1944 and is moving to Stoneleigh having been held at Hurst Farm near Kenilworth for the last ten years.

The 67th Kenilworth Show will also be the first one to be held on a Saturday, having traditionally taken place on the first Sunday in June.

Attractions include cattle and sheep competitions, equestrian events including show jumping, a large homecraft section, vintage machinery, a grand parade and a host of entertainment for the family.

Cynthia Mold, chair of the organising committee, is looking forward to the first event at the new venue.

She said: This is a new chapter in the history of the Kenilworth Show and Im sure thousands of people will enjoy the event on June 5 as it is always such a great day out.

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PICTURE Kenilworth Show organising committee members Guy Minshull, Cynthia Mold and Penny Poulter pictured at the new venue opposite the National Agricultural Centre in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire.

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