The Royal Show 2008 Stoneleigh, Warwickshire: Its Your Show

PUBLISHED: 01:15 14 April 2010 | UPDATED: 15:13 20 February 2013



For a great day out this July, visit the Royal Show at Stoneleigh in Warwickshire. It starts on Thursday July 3, and runs until Sunday July 6. Event organisers, the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE), are promising that the Royal Show 20...

There are several new attractions for 2008 including the Energy and Sustainability Park. With alternative energy being one of the hot topics for the summer, this is an opportunity to find out how new energy sources can benefit us all in the not too distant future.

If your interest involves a different kind of green, then a visit to the newly extended horticultural area is a must! Here you will find everything for the green-fingered. This year features the ever-popular Flower Show competition, as well as flower arranging demonstrations to help add a finishing touch to your home. There will also be experts on-hand to offer tips and advice for your garden. There's something to help any home flourish.

So make sure you have July 3 - 6 in your diary! Great offers are available for booking early, including discount packages for families, students, group parties and concessions. In addition, entry to the show is free for children under five.

You can take advantage of ticket savings by booking in advance - either online at or call 0871 230 5590 and quote R02 (1.25 booking fee applies for telephone bookings). Offer ends June 29.

For further information on the Royal Show please visit or call 02476 696969.

All the way from Herefordshire
A key attraction of the Royal Show has always been its offering of the best of British food. And 2008 is no exception, as British ales and wines, meat and cheese, breads and pastries all vie for a place in the showgoers' shopping bag.

In the food hall you will find Michael Reece and Ian Niblett from Flights Orchard Organics, who will be selling local fresh organic produce including soft fruits, vegetables and organic fruit and veg boxes, along with organic juice made from apples from their own organic orchard in Herefordshire.

Flights Orchard Organics has exhibited at the Royal Show for five years now and in 2007 were the winners of the Small Producers Award. They find it a great opportunity to meet their customers face to face - often for the first time, and talk to them about the produce and the people who grow it. The other major advantage of exhibiting at the show is the chance for potential customers to taste the produce, always a popular option!

To find out more about Flights Orchard Organics visit

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