The Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association are proud to be supporting Easton College as they hold a virtual show on 1 and 2 July 2020.
The event, being led by Level 3 Agriculture students, includes over 70 classes including cattle, pigs, sheep, machinery and young handlers, as well as fun novelty categories such as tallest sunflower.
RNAA chief executive Greg Smith said: “This is an excellent initiative which we are all looking forward to immensely and felt it only right to contribute the rosettes to recognise the efforts of the exhibitors and the students alike.”
It is free to enter but they are asking for donations to be made to RABI (The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution)
Keep an eye on their social platforms and to request a show catalogue and entry forms, contact VirtualShowEntries@ccn.ac.uk.
Entrants are asked to submit videos 1-2 minutes long for livestock classes, with good quality colour photos for the other classes.
Entries close at 5pm on June 24.