youngsRPS, one of the North of England's leading independent RICS Rural and Commercial Surveyors, Land and Estate Agents and RTPI Planning and Development Consultants, are thrilled to announced its continued sponsorship of The Northumberland County Show.
This year’s show returns after a (lockdown induced) two year hiatus and is to be held in the grounds of Byewell Hall, Stocksfield, on Bank Holiday Friday 3rd June.
youngsRPS, who first became Principal Partners back in 2014, have supported the show for many years. Continued support of the North East’s landmark countryside event for the eighth year is a clear reflection of the close links youngsRPS have to the agricultural community across the North of England and Scotland. With thousands of volunteers, competitors and traders, this one-day agricultural event welcomes over 26,000 visitors from across the NE region, Cumbria, Yorkshire, Scotland and further afield.
Charles Raine, Director of youngsRPS, comments: “The Northumberland Show is the jewel in the Country Shows calendar and this year proves to be even more momentous with it landing on Jubilee weekend. With the cancellation of both the 2020 and 2021 shows, we are all eager to return bigger and better than before. The return of the show is creating a real buzz across Northumberland, more so with it this year being on Bank Holiday Friday, what better way to kick off Jubilee weekend than celebrations with all of the family?”
The Northumberland County Show, run by Tynedale Agricultural Society, has been held in various locations and under different names since the 1830’s, and over its onehundred-and-ninety-year history has only been cancelled a handful of times: during each world war and Foot and Mouth. Since 2013 the show has been held in the beautiful grounds and parkland surrounding Bywell Hall, nr Stocksfield the home of Lord and Lady Allendale and their family.
Charles continues: “Visitors to the show will join us in celebrating not only the return of the show but also the prime of the region’s agricultural industry. It’s an amazing day out for all the family to enjoy demonstrations, local food and drink, music, arts and crafts, shopping and much, much more. We will of course be on site so do pop along to the youngsRPS marquee to meet the team and learn more about what we do and why we are so passionate about the North East!”