Published on 6th April, 2022
The Jubilee will permeate every aspect of the show. There will be a display to link in with the Queen’s Green Canopy, whilst floral artists can show their creative skills in themed classes including ‘Tea at the Palace’ and ‘Jewel in the Crown’. There is a ‘Jubilee Award’ on offer in the Cattle section and a Platinum Jubilee Grand Prix for horses, as well as Jubilee Mugs for all competitors in the Pony Club Games. Over in the produce area, ‘Jubilee’ classes are planned in both the ‘Orchards and Cider’ and ‘Bees and Honey’ sections.
A host of old favourites and new interests will also be available over the three days of the event (2nd-4th June). The Paul Hannam Stunt Show, Pawsability Dog Agility Display and Lakeside Farm are making a welcome return; whilst The Great British Kitchen will be making its debut with demonstrations by celebrity chefs Briony May Williams (2nd June) and Dean Edwards (3rd June), and ‘Yorkshire Shepherdess’ Amanda Owen (4th June). Kaleb Cooper, known from his role in the Prime Video series ‘Clarkson’s Farm’, will be appearing on 2nd June.
With all this alongside regular favourites such as the sheep show, heavy horses, vintage vehicles, and the Bath & West Train, there’s never been a better time to visit the Royal Bath & West Show. Advance Saver Tickets are now on sale at just £22 per adult, which also allows admission for two children; and Blue Light Card Holders enjoy a further discount.
Jess Chiplen, Deputy Head of Shows, said “The Royal Bath and West Show 2022 promises to be one of our best ever. Our Patron HM The Queen and her representatives have visited us many times over the years, and we are delighted to be able to add so many special touches to the show to celebrate her long reign.”
Tickets are on sale now at www.bathandwest.com/tickets