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Royal approval for the Hertfordshire County Show

PUBLISHED: 01:32 29 April 2012 | UPDATED: 21:20 20 February 2013

Dionne Verulam, the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, admires the new Queen’s Diamond Jubilee sign. Lady Verulam is the Hertfordshire County Show President for 2012

Dionne Verulam, the Lord Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, admires the new Queen’s Diamond Jubilee sign. Lady Verulam is the Hertfordshire County Show President for 2012

Grand Ring name changed to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Arena

The Hertfordshire County Show is both honoured and proud to announce the re-naming of their premier showcase Display Ring to the Queens Diamond Jubilee Arena.


The Hertfordshire Agricultural Society, organisers of the Hertfordshire County Show, are delighted to celebrate Her Majesty the Queens 60 year reign with a permanent tribute for current and future generations to see at Hertfordshires largest community event.


The distinctive new Queens Diamond Jubilee Arena signs also incorporate 10-year-old Katherine Dewars winning national competition design for the Jubilee emblem.


Mike Harman, the Show Secretarysays,We are absolutely delighted to be granted Royal permission for the new Queens Diamond Jubilee Arena. It is fitting as this showcase Arena is the focal point of our annual Hertfordshire County Show, and includes a unique balance of Horse competitions, Farming displays and Military Bands, together with an eclectic range of spectacular International acclaimed Attractions.


'We are looking forward to celebrating the Queens Diamond Jubilee and hosting the biggest Red, White and Blue street party in Hertfordshire on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June. To support our street party theme, Show visitors are warmly invited to wear Red, White and Blue over the weekend.'


For more information on the Show together with the latest updates, please visit the Hertfordshire County Show website: www.hertsshow.com

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