The Clonmel Show, also known as the Clonmel Agricultural Show, is an annual agricultural and horticultural show that takes place in Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland.
The show is a significant event in the local community and attracts visitors from across the region.
The Clonmel Show showcases a wide range of agricultural, livestock, and horticultural displays. It provides a platform for farmers, breeders, and exhibitors to showcase their animals, such as cattle, sheep, horses, and poultry. Livestock competitions and judging are held to recognize the best animals in various categories.
In addition to the livestock displays, the Clonmel Show features a variety of agricultural machinery and equipment exhibits, trade stands, and demonstrations. There are also competitions for floral arrangements, home baking, crafts, and art, showcasing the talents and skills of local individuals.
We also have family-friendly activities and entertainment, such as children's amusements, live music performances, and food stalls offering local produce. It serves as a gathering for the local community to celebrate rural life, agricultural traditions, and the achievements of local farmers and producers.
The Clonmel Show has a long history, with the first recorded show taking place in 1866. Since then, it has continued to grow and evolve, attracting both participants and visitors from near and far.