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East of England Smithfield Festival

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East of England Showground
Peterborough
Cambridgeshire
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Event timing: Early December
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The East of England Smithfield Festival is the premier Winter primestock show featuring pedigree and commercial cattle and sheep.

This new event builds on the successful East of England Winter Stock Festival, and the well known Smithfield Championships. Both the East of England Agricultural Society and The Royal Smithfield Club are dedicated to hosting the number one winter livestock event in the country and are excited with the new joint venture which secures the home of the Smithfield Championships for future years.

With an estimated audience of 2,000 visitors to the Show, guests will be welcomed in the Showground's state of the art exec exhibition hall. This will mean the entire Show, including the showing rings, trade stands and animal stalls will all be under one, centrally heated, roof.

The event will attract some of the finest livestock in the country, and an audience commensurate with this level of livestock from primary producers, suppliers and retailers - anyone involved in cattle and sheep production and processing.

Telephone: 01733 234451
email: info@eastofengland.org.uk

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