2014-08-12   facebooktwitterrss

Attention Turns to 2016 after Success of NSA Sheep 2014

The National Sheep Association (NSA) is delighted to be returning to the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, for its biennial Sheep Event and has fixed the next date for Wednesday 27th July 2016.

Helen Davies, Event Organiser, says: “NSA Sheep 2014 was a huge success and we are very grateful to all the sponsors, exhibitors and supporters for their enthusiasm and commitment; the event would not have been what it was without them.

George Eustice speaking at the 2014 event

George Eustice speaking at the 2014 event

The day was very well attended and there was a definite buzz and feel of optimism about the sheep sector. There appeared to be a lot of young people at the event and their enthusiasm for the future must be welcomed and appreciated.

“The Three Counties Showground makes a fantastic venue for the NSA Sheep Event and we enjoy a very good working relationship with the Three Counties Agricultural Society, so are very excited about returning again in two years’ time. I hope everyone involved in the sheep sector will mark Wednesday 27th July 2016 in their diary now and support us in making the event a vital date in the sheep farming calendar.”


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