Brecon County Show showground

About

Brecon County Show is a great and exciting day out for all and family with main ring displays and country pursuit displays to the many breeds of Sheep, Cattle, Horses Goats and Poultry. The Terrier and Lurcher Show attracts competitors from far and wide and the ever-popular Dog agility provides hours of fun for enthusiasts with the Companion Dog Show also proving very popular.

From clothing and jewellery to hand made cards, there is something for everyone. Combine this with vintage and modern machinery, Dog Show, Food Hall, Fun Fair - rides and stalls for children, a beer tent and much more you will be sure to have a great family day out.

The Show attracts over 10,000 people and with over 200 trade stands and main ring attractions there is plenty of entertainment on offer for them.

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Children

  • Children welcome

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the roundabout at the junction of the A40 and the A470 at the east end of the Brecon by-pass, take the B4601 for Brecon and the entrance to the showground is just before a mini roundabout as you enter the town.

Brecon County Show

Type:Country Show

Brecon County Showground, The Watton, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7PL

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Opening Times

Event (3 Aug 2024)

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