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Royal Isle of Wight County Show Headline Sponsors

The 2022 Royal Isle of Wight County Show is delighted to welcome three partners as our headline sponsors.

Elite Spas

Lawdit Solicitors

Mole Valley Farmers


Meet the animals

This is the show where cattle, sheep and poultry come first. The Main Ring is the focus of the Royal Isle of Wight County Show and the action lasts all day.

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Get up close

A fantastic day out for all the family, combining entertainment and fun with the opportunity to enjoy many aspects of Island country life and farming.

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Exciting events

Animals are at the heart of the show. Come and see the best of the Island’s farm animals: cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry. There will be gun dog and falconry displays and horses galore.

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THE ROYAL ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY SHOW 2022 - Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th June 2022

A traditional country show, just like you remember

What’s on

Our traditional village green is the perfect place to relax, have a cream tea, enjoy the traditional side stalls and attractions...

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Members hospitality

The Royal Isle of Wight County Show is the perfect place for our members to catch up with old friends, or to entertain their guests.

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How to find us

The show takes place at the Royal Isle of Wight Agricultural Society Showground, Northwood PO30 5TP.

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Small animal farm

Bring the family to our wonderful show farm where children have the opportunity to handle small farm animals like lambs, piglets and goats.

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How to enter

Whether you're booking a trade stand, entering your livestock, horticulture and crafts or taking part in the dog show or equine events you will find your entry forms here.

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Visitor information A to Z

We are putting together a package of non-stop entertainment and will publish a full timetable of the competitions and attractions taking place.

» View the A to Z visitor information

The Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) is funded by Defra and the EU.
The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.