Springtime Live 2023 A Sell-Out Success

 In Springtime Live, STL Press Releases

Springtime Live was a huge success today attracting 4,000 visitors to the Great Yorkshire Showground to see the very best of food, farming and countryside.

There were farm animals including pigs, goats and sheep, brought by local farmers including Ian’s Mobile Farm and the Yorkshire Lamb Orphanage.

Peppa Pig and Peter Rabbit also entertained the youngsters while Diggerland was at the event for the first time.

Ripon Farm Services donated mini tractors which youngsters could ride around an indoor circuit, there were also cookery workshops and a climbing wall as well as alpacas, reptiles, Ferretworld’s Roadshow, Rare Breeds Survival Trust and forest crafts.

Springtime Live raises funds for the Yorkshire Agricultural Society to help support farming and the countryside.

Katie Orme with Dorset Down ewe Alice and lamb Bruno

EDITOR’S NOTES

  • Springtime Live is organised by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society which also organises the Great Yorkshire Show.
  • YAS supports and promotes the farming industry through health care, business, education and funding scientific research into rural affairs.
  • YAS runs a family of businesses including Fodder, Yorkshire Event Centre, Pavilions of Harrogate and the Harrogate Caravan Park.

CONTACT

Sara Lamper
Press Officer
Mobile: 07759 795990
Email: pr@yas.co.uk

 

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