The much-anticipated Herts County Show on Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28 is set to be "one of the region’s most spectacular showcase events", celebrating local produce, food and farming, countryside, shopping, music, and entertainment.

This year’s show is all about getting involved. Around the Showground in Redbourn, there are a number of activities for children and adults to take part in.

You can try activities in the Craft Tent, The Village Green, and The Farm and Countryside area, or meet a farmer and have a go at the Gun Dog Scurry. 

Herts Advertiser: There will be plenty for families to enjoy at Herts County Show

There will be plenty to enjoy during each day, and activities for children are free! 

Headlining for 2023 will be the Atkinson Action Horses. Performing twice each day, Ben Atkinson takes you through a true celebration of the horse with his incredible liberty show.

Visitors will be spoiled for choice with a range of activities and show marquees too. Sample great food and beverage in the Food Hall with a range of meats, cheeses, chocolates, fudge, gins and rums.

You can also sample prize-winning Brockley Pies and meet both MasterChef finalist and Yom stallholder Jordan Pomerance, from Knebworth, and the renowned James Grant, cheese maker from No. 2 Pound Street.

The Village Green is set to offer a festival feel, with live music from local bands. Todd in the Hole and Rock Choir, among others.

Herts Advertiser: Show jumping trials take centre stage for 2023

The Green will have a covered area where visitors can bring their own food and picnics. However an extensive range of street food vendors will also be available.

Another, not to be missed attraction, is the Made in Herts Marquee. Here visitors can find local artisan crafters and producers, plus the Farmers Bar, which this year is open to the public, as well as Livestock Marquees.

Other great attractions include the fox trotting fork lift trucks, the Dinky Derby Shetland racing, the vintage tractors, the famous Sheep Show, the thrilling axemen show along with over 300 traders to complete the ultimate local shopping experience.

The show wouldn’t be complete without the traditional horse rings, where this year show jumping area trials take centre stage.

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