Dairy steps up to support Cheshire Show

Northwich Guardian: Dairy steps up to support Cheshire Show Dairy steps up to support Cheshire Show

NORTH-west based Creamline Dairies is showing its support for one of the premier events in the region this summer by becoming a new principal partner of the main ring at this year’s Cheshire County Show.

Creamline Dairies has been operating for almost 70 years and has grown into one of the leading, independent dairies in the UK and is fully committed to supplying the highest standard of dairy products.

Rob Purvis, joint managing director, and his team will be at the show when it takes place at Tabley Showground on June 17 and 18 and visitors will be able to sample their delicious dairy produce and take part in fun competitions, open to all the family.

Chris Swallow, fellow joint Managing Director at Creamline Dairies, said: “The show is a great venue to introduce our high quality dairy products and support our Cheshire farmers and we are very excited to be involved. We hope many people will come along to see us over the two days.”

Nigel Evans, Executive Director of the Cheshire County Show, added: “We are now working on an exciting schedule for the main ring where attractions will include the grand parade of champions, a display of stunning birds of prey, the Bolddog Ling Motorcycle Team and a Pony Club to mention just a few so come along for a great day out for all the family.”

The show will again include livestock, horses, poultry, rabbits, guinea pigs, pigeons, dogs, rare breeds, vintage machinery WI, Rural Life, Booths Cheese, and Wine.

With more than 700 Trade Stands, the show also includes a Countryside Experience area, a Play Zone, two large Roberts Bakery Food Halls of local and regional producers and a Roberts Bakery Food Live Theatre to name just a few.

The number of visitors to the show continues to soar every year and as many as 80,000 people have attended the event in recent years making it one of the most well established agricultural shows in the country.

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