The Best of the Spring Festival on S4C
The number one event for smallholding, gardening and sustainable living
The Festival includes classes for conventional and rare breed livestock, a Green Horizons & Sustainable Living Exhibition, a vintage machinery display, a Premier Open Dog Show with over 1000 entries, and a Folk Dance Festival.
Displays in the Floral Hall together with a wide range of garden, agricultural, food and craft stands and a full programme of family entertainment, make up the winning formula of the event. Visitors can also listen in a number of talks and participate in question and answer sessions on a variety of smallholding, horticultural, environmental and countryside issues.
This is certainly a Festival which celebrates rural life in a practical but enjoyable way, in arguably one of the most picturesque areas of Wales. The Festival is a hive of activity, offering the perfect day out for all,
whatever your interest or passion.
Other than Guide Dogs and Premier Open Dog Showexhibits, visitors are encouraged not to bring their dogs to the Royal Welsh Spring Festival, but if it is essential to do so dogs must be kept on a lead the whole time and are restricted from entering the buildings. Please do not leave dogs in cars. May we remind you that dogs are not allowed at the Royal Welsh Show
Download the Spring Festival Leaflet
A short video of what a previous Royal Welsh Spring Festival had to offer