The 1 February closing date for tradestand applications for the annual festival is fast approaching, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to share in the events success, promote your business and reach an audience of over 23,000.
A celebration of rural life, the two-day festival with its action-packed programme of entertainment and educational activities, free workshops, displays and main ring performances offers the perfect family day out.
With over 1,400 livestock, poultry and horses, the only Premier Open Dog Show to he held in Wales, children’s activities, a new food court, vintage machinery, country leisure and much more, the event has something for everyone whatever their interest or passion.
Continually developing and expanding, the ‘new look’ Spring Festival for 2015 will have a new dedicated Smallholders Centre, designed specifically to cater for up-and-running and aspiring smallholders with talks, demonstrations, advice clinics and the popular ‘getting started’ stand. This centre will provide an ideal platform for agricultural and smallholding related companies to take a tradestand space and promote their business to the perfect target audience.
The festival attracts thousands of visitors from across Wales and further afield and with free parking and admission prices frozen for 2015, offers an affordable day out in the heart of mid-Wales.
Whether they are town or country dwellers, have a love for nostalgic, creative and sustainable living, enjoy partaking in rural ways of life or simply just want to come and enjoy the many attractions and displays, there will be something at the event for all.
For details of applying for a tradestand, sponsorship opportunities or advertising rates, please visit www.rwas.co.uk/spring-festival