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Suffolk Show news

Friday, June 8, 2018

Easton and Otley College enjoyed one of the most successful Suffolk Shows in its history.

The hard-work and dedication invested by passionate volunteers is behind the success of the Suffolk Show, the director has said.

As the Suffolk Show comes to an end we ask visitors what their highlight has been.

Watch two collies herd stunt ducks through several obstacles.

Two delighted Essex farmers scooped top honours in the dairy interbreed championships as day 2 of the Suffolk Show brought together the cream of the cattle competitions.

An exhibition of “raw, real and intimate” photographs from Colchester and Ipswich hospitals has been unveiled at the Suffolk Show.

It’s day two of the Suffolk Show – the county’s biggest annual event – and there are all sorts of activities in store.

Horticulture students have been praised for “outstanding” work after taking gold for an environmental garden at the Suffolk Show.

The mascot derby: It is one of the many highlights of the Suffolk Show - and the winning title is hotly contested. See how our mascot, Tractor Boy, got on.

Watch our video interview with two of the riders from the spectacular motorbike stunt team The Bolddog Lings.

Delighted East Anglian dairy farmers took top honours in cattle contests at this year’s Suffolk Show.

Perfect Suffolk Show weather brought tens of thousands of visitors to Trinity Park on the edge of Ipswich for the first day of the county’s most prestigious event.

We take a wander down Fifth Avenue at the Suffolk Show to get a flavour of what the shopping experience is like this year.

Full of sights and smells to tempt even the most steadfast penny pincher the Suffolk Show’s food hall is brimming with local food and drinks producers.

The centenary of the end of the First World War is being marked at the Suffolk Show by a major display showing how the conflict affected people both fighting on battlefields and on the Home Front.

Amongst the seasoned professionals in the Suffolk Show’s food tent were a few younger faces.

Thousands of people are due to descend on Trinity Park today for the biggest event of the year.

If you’re heading to the Suffolk Show – or just driving in the east Ipswich area today and tomorrow – be ready to be stuck in long traffic queues.

Be prepared for showers – but don’t worry about a total washout – that’s the advice from weather experts to visitors heading for the Suffolk Show.

Today, the Suffolk Show opens its gates to town and country as a celebration of everything the county has to offer gets underway.

An East Anglian electrical retailer is offering a free ipad as one of the seven prizes on the Suffolk Show’s treasure trail this year.

A free mentoring programme to support young people living in rural parts of the county is set to be launched at the Suffolk Show.

Excitement is building ahead of this year’s Suffolk Show, with organisers predicting a ‘fantastic’ event.

Pedigree cattle breeders from all over the UK will be descending on this year’s Suffolk Show as it plays host to a national breed contest.

Suffolk Show’s president has expressed her delight that Suffolk Punch horses, which featured heavily in the lives of her late husband’s farming family at Sudbury, were chosen to promote the 2018 event.

With the Suffolk Show only eight days away we have put together a guide of everything you need to know about the two-day event.

The Suffolk Show will be rolling out the pink carpet as independent clothing labels provide a draw for the event’s dedicated fashionistas.

Suffolk Show Details


Dates
Wednesday May 30 & Thursday May 31, 2018

Opening times
7am on both days
Last entry is 5.30pm

Ticket prices

Location
Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 8UH

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