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Kent County Show

An event in July in Kent
Kent County Showground
Detling
Kent
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Event timing: Mid-July
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The Kent County Show is the region's showcase event for farming, countryside and rural life.

The three day show brings together the very best of Kent with animals, food, fun and excitement giving a true feel of what 'The Garden of England' has to offer.

Experience the Flower Show, Food Tent, Creative Crafts Show, Canine area, show jumping, vintage vehicles and hundreds of cattle, sheep and goats. Meet Titan the Robot, watch the motorcycle stunt team and military band in the Main Ring, listen to live music and see the Kent Spitfire flying overhead. There really is something for everyone.

Advance tickets are available online and are discounted.
More details at www.kentshowground.co.uk.
Follow on Twitter: @kentcountyshow.

Telephone: 01622 630975
email: info@kentshowground.co.uk

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