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Written by Len Thomson   
Tuesday, 07 July 2009 08:55
Woods the Butchers, Princess Street, Knutsford show their support for farmers at a time when the Royal Show at Warwick announces that this is the last show after 160 years. When the organisers of this years Cheshire Show announced that due to the difficult financial considerations that the bus shuttle service to the show from Hartford and Knutsford this year was to be shelved, which the show organisers said "was a very difficult decision due to the economic climate and subsequent budgetary constraints," - this surely sounds an alarm that it is proving ever more difficult to make
these shows commercially viable.

The Cheshire Show has had to continuously re-invent itself every year introducing new themes and attractions, facing the challenges head on, and that it will no doubt face in the years ahead. It has done this regardless of any obstacles thrown in its path with recession being the cloud on the horizon this year. However, judging by the 80,000 visitors to the Cheshire Show this year over the two day period, and the sunshine that blessed the event, the Cheshire Show has managed to grasp the nettle and turn it into one of the most successful shows yet. Show your support for the future of the Cheshire Show, and the farmers and their families by thinking where the food comes from by Buying Local Produce and Shopping Locally.
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