More information on Royal Cornwall Show
A total of 125,748 people visited the 2010 Royal Cornwall Show – the third-highest total ever recorded.
The spectacular programme of entertainment in the main ring was one of the factors contributing to the show’s success.
High quality competition in the cattle, sheep and pig sections – including the first-ever South Devon Cattle national show – maintained the Royal Cornwall’s reputation as one of the country’s leading agricultural shows.
Equine, rare breeds and goat sections were also well supported and the show had over 1,000 trade stands.
The visit of Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall was a highlight of the show.
On the final day, The Band of HM Royal Marines played an arrangement of Congratulations to mark the award of Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order to Lady Mary Holborow, deputy show president and Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Gates open for ticket holders at 7.00 am
Show Opens to the public at 8.30 am
Trade stands and exhibits close from at 6.30 pm
Thursday, Friday, Saturday £14.00 £7.00 £34.50
Thursday, Friday (after 3.30 pm) £7.00 £3.50
Saturday (after 2.30 pm) £7.00 £3.50