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Gregynog Hall, Tregynon, Nr Newtown are pleased to announce that they will be repeating the Childrens Trail for the duration of the school summer holidays.
This free of charge trail proved very popular with families last year and so a new trail has been devised for 2014. The trail will start on Saturday, 19th July and a copy can be collected from
Reception on arrival. The route follows the grounds and woods and so appropriate footwear is advised. Home made ice cream will also be on sale from the Shop throughout the summer months.
For the first time, visitors to the Royal Welsh Show will this year be able to access free WiFi hotspots around the showground.
Thanks to the hard work and negotiations between the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, Superfast Cymru, BT Openreach and Welsh Government, the showground is able to benefit from superfast internet speeds following the installation of high-speed fibre broadband.

Read more: Royal Welsh offers areas of Free Wifi

New research investigates the role of agricultural shows in Wales today.

Greg Thomas, a postgraduate researcher at Aberystwyth University, will be investigating this year's Royal Welsh Agricultural Show to see the impact it has on modern day rural Wales.

The 2014 Royal Welsh Agricultural Show will see the launch of an exciting PhD research project entitled "Agricultural Shows: Driving and Displaying Rural Change", and mark the start of two years of research into the role that the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show plays in modern day Wales.

Read more: Agricultural Shows: What’s the impact?

Innovation in agriculture in the spotlight again at Royal Welsh Show exhibition

A series of hi-tech innovations with potential to make Welsh farming more efficient and productive will come together under one roof at this year's Royal Welsh Show.
Following the success of the 'Tomorrow, Today' exhibition in 2013, the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society has joined forces with Farming Connect again this year to establish an exhibition of innovation in agriculture showcasing everything from innovative engineering technology to dung beetles. But also this year the projects of the Farmer Innovation Fund will be showcasing their innovative projects intended to increase production whilst reducing farming's negative impact on the environment.

Read more: Royal Welsh Show innovates with Farming Connect for modern agriculture

How do you fancy winning a year's free membership and one of your photos on the front of our 2015 journal?

With more and more people taking photographs with their camera, phone or tablet, the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society has decided to hold a photographic competition to try and capture the essence of the Royal Welsh Show.

Read more: Royal Welsh Agricultural Society Photographic Competition 2014

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