The Devon County Show says it will offer trade stand holders a 25% refund because of a washout on the final day. It was the first time in the event's history it had to be called off.
People who bought tickets for the last day of the Devon County Show will be offered a full refund.
It was the first time in its 119 year history that the show had to be cancelled because of heavy rain.
Many vehicles had to be towed out by tractors, leaving organisers with no alternative but to cancel Saturday's event.
The show's secretary, Ollie Allen, says the organisers will also now turn their attention to traders who had stalls booked for Saturday's event.
Organisers of the Devon County Show say its too early too assess the financial cost of closing the event to the public today.
They took the decision after hundreds of motorists had to be towed from the car parks which had become a mudbath. Some traders felt there should have been better planning for the weather.
Richard Lawrence reports:
For the first time in its 119 year history the Devon County Show has had to be cancelled during the three day event.
Heavy rain last night combined with traffic movements today has left the public car parks quagmired. Vehicles had to be towed out by tractors leaving organisers with no alternative than to shut down the show. Seth Conway reports.
The final day of the Devon County Show has had to be cancelled due to bad weather at the show ground.
Organisers say heavy rain has made the on-site car parks unsafe for visitors.
Organisers of the Devon County Show have released a statement apologising for cancelling tomorrow's event.
They say the condition of the car parks due to heavy rain jeopardised the safety of visitors, but the decision to cancel was 'heartbreaking'.
It has been announced that the Devon County Show has been cancelled tomorrow.
As a result of heavy rain this afternoon car parks at the show ground near Exeter became waterlogged and were closed due to health and safety concerns.
It is believed to be the first time in the show's history that it has had to be cancelled due to the weather.
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