COVENTRY and Warwickshire’s largest one-day agricultural show will be ending its three-year break over Jubilee weekend.
The Kenilworth show will be coming to Stoneleigh Park Estate on Saturday, June 4 and will feature a wide range of entertainment to showcase the best in local agriculture.
The show is organised by the Kenilworth and District Agricultural Society (KADAS) with several of its members available to talk about issues in the British farming industry.
These include labour shortages, food prices, inflation, environmental pressures, Brexit and COVID-19.
The event has been moved to a temporary site for 2022 as the original site is currently impacted by HS2 works.
There will be many activities that will pay homage to the show’s roots, including modern and vintage machinery, trade stands and traditional home craft competitions.
An RAF Hurricane flypast will be featured while special Jubilee Cream Tea will be available to commemorate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne.
The Kenilworth show regularly attracts over 12,000 people from across Coventry and Warwickshire.