A MAJOR agricultural show is set to return to a Herefordshire town this month.

Kington Show is one of the largest one-day agricultural shows in the country.

With its roots firmly embedded in farming, the show aims to bring together the local community.

Along with horse and riding competitions, the show blends the traditional agricultural feel of livestock and horticultural competitions with the lively entertainment on offer for the whole family in and around the main ring.


The 2020 and 2021 shows had to be cancelled due to the Covid pandemic.

Organisers say that they are determined to make this show one not to be missed.

They are expecting to have over 100 outdoor trade stands, a busy food & craft marquee and a wide variety of catering options including a licensed public bar.

The grand parade of livestock will be in the ring in the afternoon.

This will be a procession of the winning entries from all the horse, cattle and sheep classes.

Added to this will be motorcycle stunts from the Squibb freestyle stunt team, a display of vintage vehicles and tractors, and all day demonstrations from the Wye Valley Axemen.