Now due to take place in Oct 2021

The Royal Bath & West Society has announced the cancellation of this year’s Dairy Show, which was scheduled to take place on October 7th, due to the ongoing global pandemic.

In a statement the Society said, this was an " . .extremely difficult decision to make, though in light of the recent rise in confirmed cases, we feel this is the responsible thing to do. It has become clear that the impact of these challenging times on gatherings will not have abated sufficiently to allow the Dairy Show to go ahead in the way we would want it to."

The next Dairy Show will be held on 6th October 2021.

Alan Lyons, the head of shows at the Royal Bath & West Society said, “Obviously we are hugely disappointed to be taking this decision today, and to have to cancel one of the key industry events in the UK is a great shame, especially when so many others have fallen by the wayside this year. We hope that our visitors, traders and exhibitors will understand that we have a civic responsibility to act sensibly and we felt that with the reduction in numbers of people allowed to meet, cancellation now is the right thing to do.

"This was due to be our 40th anniversary and we had already made some adjustments to the Dairy Show so we will now look forward to welcoming the dairy industry back to next year’s Dairy Show on 6th October 2021.”

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