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EVENTS CALENDAR: April – June 2023

Events Calendar
Shows and Agricultural Events in Wales and Border Counties April - June 2023

Dyma galendr o ddigwyddiadau amaethyddol sy’n digwydd yn y misoedd nesaf.  Croeso i chi roi gwybod i ni am ddigwyddiad rydych yn trefnu dros yr haf os hoffech ei gynnwys mewn cylchlythyrau i ddod  – neu os hoffech ddanfon lluniau ac adroddiad o’r digwyddiad wedyn!  

Here is a calendar of events in the coming months.  You are welcome to get in touch if you would like us to include an event you’re organising over the summer – or send pictures and a report afterwards!

Ebrill / April 22

Sioe Feirch Llanbed / Lampeter Stallion Show

Ebrill / April 29

Sadwrn Barlys, Aberteifi / Barley Saturday, Cardigan

Mai / May 13

Bala Sheepdog Auction

Mai / May 16

NSA Welsh Sheep, Aberhafesp, Newtown

Mai / May 20-21

Gwyl Tyddyn a Chefn Gwlad

Smallholding & Countryside Festival, Royal Welsh Showground

Mai / May 27

Sioe Pontargothi / Cothi Bridge Show

Mai / May 27

Shropshire County Show

Mehefin / June 3

Mehefin / June 8

Regen ’23 / Sealands Farm, Glamorgan CF32 0RR

Mehefin / June 8

Sioe Amaethyddol Caerwys Agricultural Show

Mehefin / June 10

Sioe Amaethyddol Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth Agricultural Show

Mehefin / June 16-18

Royal Three Counties Show 2023

Mehefin / June 17

Sioe Amaethyddol Sancler

St Clears YFC Agricultural Show

Mehefin / June 18

Sioe Pont-ar-Elan Show, Cawmdauddwr, Rhayader

Mehefin / June TBC

Sioe Llanbadarn Fynydd Show

Mehefin / June 20-21

Royal Cheshire County Show

Mehefin / June 24

Sioe Wledig Llanrwst / Llanrwst Rural Show

Mehefin / June 24

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