Royal Welsh Show looks to build upon record attendance
Published: Monday 4th Mar 2013
Written by: Powells Holiday Team
Arguably the biggest agricultural event in Europe, the Royal Welsh Show will be taking place again this summer after breaking all attendance records in 2012.
Set to take place between July 22nd and 25th in Builth Wells, the show last year attracted well over 240,000 visitors over the four days, and organisers of the 2013 instalment will be hoping that even this amazing figure can be surpassed.
Some of the many diverse attractions which made the 2012 event such a success included a display by a World War Two Spitfire plane, an appearance by the world famous Titan the Robot, and an incredible horse riding stunt show by the Ukrainian Cossacks.
Tickets are already available for the 2013 Royal Welsh Show at a discounted price for those who book online rather than buy their entrance at the gate, so why not confirm your attendance in advance and save? The perfect day out for anyone who will be enjoying a stay in one of the many available Saundersfoot cottages this summer, this year's show is sure to be one to remember.
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