This year's theme was 'Field to Fork', encouraging primary school children to investigate where their food comes from.Read the full story ›
The Great Yorkshire Show '19 has drawn to a close after 3 action-packed days. Take a look at some of the highlights from the ITV stand.Read the full story ›
It's that time of year again; here are the weather prospects for the Great Yorkshire ShowRead the full story ›
Visitor numbers were up year on year at the 157th Great Yorkshire Show. 132,131 people attended the event as opposed to 130,989 last year.
"The Great Yorkshire Show has an amazing reputation as a superb industry showcase, as well as a fun and educational day out for all the family. Our vital role in celebrating farming excellence will continue, and the presence of our Royal patron underlines the significance of the Great Yorkshire Show to the rural community and beyond.”
Preparations are already underway for the Society’s autumn event, Countryside Live which takes place on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 October.
Tickets for this year's Great Yorkshire Show go on sale from half ten this morning.
It is the 157th edition of the famous agricultural show and will be held from 14 to 16 July.
A university researcher says people with regional accents should be protected from "accentism".
According to the Manchester University, employers should state in writing that job applicants' accents will not be used against them
The expert who wrote the report said some people modify their accent because they lack pride in it. Well, we asked what visitors to the Great Yorkshire show think:
We have been at the Great Yorkshire Show today and saw some very special guestsRead the full story ›
The Princess Royal is guest of honour in Harrogate today on the second day of the Great Yorkshire Show. The three day event is expected to attract more than thirty thousand visitors and organisers say more are coming from over the Pennines. Here's the show director, Bill Cowling.
On the first day of the Great Yorkshire Show cattle farmers in the region have hit out at retailers for not doing enough to help promote British Beef.
They say they are being left out of pocket by as much as two hundred pounds on every animal because supply is outstripping demand from shoppers. Chris Kiddey has spent the day at the showground.