The Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate is to remain a four-day event next year.
Event organisers Yorkshire Agricultural Society confirmed today next year’s show will be held from July 12 to July 15.
The event was first held over four days for the first time ever this year in order to comply with covid regulations.
It meant a significantly reduced capacity each day but the format proved popular with tickets selling out. Prince Charles paid a surprise visit in glorious sunshine.
Next year’s show will follow the same measures, including limits on attendance and tickets being purchased in advance.
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The daily programme of events will be finalised early next year.
Nigel Pulling, chief executive of the society said:
“The pandemic forced us to change the way we did things at the show and there was not one section of the Great Yorkshire Show that was unchanged. This pressed a reset button on our whole operations and some of these changes were so successful, they are here to stay.
“Spreading the event over four days was met with an overwhelmingly positive response from our exhibitors, visitors and staff. Visitors felt that more space to navigate the showground made their whole show experience more enjoyable, while for exhibitors, four days and shorter hours meant they felt less pressurised.”
Tickets will be on sale from November 1.