The Strokestown Agricultural Show returns to Roscommon this September to celebrate its 150th anniversary. The oldest and longest running show of its kind in Ireland, it will take place on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th of September in the stunning grounds of Strokestown Park House.
To celebrate reaching this extraordinary milestone, the Strokestown Agricultural Show will feature for the first time an artisan food & drinks fair called ‘Flavours from the Heart of Ireland‘.
The fair will be a celebration of Irish artisan production, giving large and small businesses alike a unique platform to showcase their products to a large audience.
With exhibitions, chef demos, tasters and surprises all weekend, the Strokestown Agricultural Show is not to be missed. This year will be the largest event so far and organisers are expecting a record breaking attendance.
If you are a food or drink producer who is interested in bringing your products to ‘Flavours from the Heart of Ireland‘ please call Gemma: 086 4019102, Margaret: 087 2273793 or Anna: 087 3401894. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT STROKESTOWN AGRICULTURAL SHOW
“Celebrating its 150th year, the Annual Strokestown Agricultural & Industrial Show is taking place on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th of September 2016.
Saturday’s highlights include the €5,000 All-Ireland Nutrias Animal Feeds Beef Bullock Championship, the €2,000 Greenvale Animal Feeds All-Ireland Beef Heifer Championship and the €10,000 Irish Angus All-Ireland Finals.
While Sunday hosts the Horse & Pony Show Classes, Driving Competitions and the spectacular Dog Show (2 rings).
Sunday is also our Family Day with our Little Miss and Master Competitions and Baby Show.
Other highlights include Best Dressed Lady and Glamorous Granny Competitions.
Also this year on both days, Amusements within the show grounds will be free for all Children.
This year also see’s the introduction of the Flavours from the Heart Ireland Food & Drinks Fair, showcasing the wealth of culinary delights from the localilty and further afield, including demonstrations from some of Ireland’s best known Chefs” Read More