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A roundup of the 2021 virtual Royal Welsh Show

The Virtual Royal Welsh Show is well underway and the following is a roundup of events.

Thank you to everyone who has tuned in for our second digital Royal Welsh Show. Yet again this year we have been blown away by the level of support from our sponsors and contributors, without whom we could not have been able to stage a virtual show this year.

This event has given many who attended new skill sets, increased knowledge and an improved sense of awareness of a wide range of differing topics. This Virtual Show has also given regular Show attendees the chance to attend events they would not usually get the chance to see, from the comfort of their own homes brining back memories that they cherish.

A new element for this years show was the introduction of competitions for the next generation of Agricultural enthusiasts.

All of our entries of our 16 and under competitors can be viewed on the Virtual Show platform (link below) but please see the competition results:
Young Handler
1st: Gwenllian Evans, 2nd: Enfys Wheeler, 3rd: Lilli Alaw Jones

The Most Creative Fruit or Vegetable Animal
1st: Carl Jones-Evans, 2nd: Lleucu-Haf Thomas, 3rd: Roxy-Marie Jones

Best Up-Cycled Sustainable Garden Project
1st: Steven Evan Hughes, 2nd: Cari Jones-Evans, 3rd: Cerian Lynam

3 Decorated ‘Bee’ themed biscuits
1st: Roxy-Marie Jones, 2nd: Cerian Lynam, 3rd: Ffion Jones

Ornamental Ironwork Lockdown Creations
1st: Mark Lund, 2nd: Callie Davies

We hope that you have enjoyed the show as much as we have and look forward to welcoming you all back to Llanelwedd for 2022 Royal Welsh Show which is set to be a bigger and better show than ever before!

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