The Suffolk Show returns this year on Wednesday 30th May and Thursday 31st May at Trinity Park in Ipswich. As Suffolk’s largest two-day visitor experience, the Show is a unique celebration of everything that makes the county great and showcases the best of Suffolk’s food and drink and agricultural heritage, coupled with being a great day out for families.
Show organisers, the Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA), a registered charity, have some exciting features in the pipeline for 2018 which will be part of an action-packed programme across the two-day event. Highlights include the Bolddog Lings who will be wowing crowds in the Grand Ring with their thrilling, high-energy motorbike stunt show, and popular attractions like the Military Zone, Sports Village, and Flower and Garden Show. The theme for this year is ‘Looking back, looking forward’ which will celebrate how agriculture has shaped the county and offer a glimpse into Suffolk’s farming future.
Show Director, Bee Kemball, said: “We look forward to welcoming visitors to the county’s biggest day out. There are so many things to see and do at the Show and each year we make sure that there’s something new and exciting for visitors to enjoy. As well as all our usual Show favourites and popular family attractions, this year we’re addressing some poignant themes and we hope visitors will enjoy looking back at the impact of World War One in Suffolk, as well as learning hands-on about the future of technology and farming”
This year Thompson Smith and Puxon is delighted to sponsor the Shetland Pony Grand National at the Suffolk Show. The Shetland Pony Grand National is a fun event which features children aged 9-14 competing in a programme of races throughout the year to qualify for a place to compete at the Olympia Horse Show in London. More information about the Shetland Pony Grand National can be found here.
For more information on the Suffolk Show and to purchase tickets click here.
The TSP Agriculture and Estates team have long standing and strong relationships with the rural community in Suffolk and Essex and are very experienced in dealing with the specific issues that the sector faces. They advise on a wide range of matters that concern rural businesses, farmers and landowners.
For more information the team can be contacted on 01206 574431 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.