Second day of Royal Cornwall Show gets underway

The Countess of Wessex met a Little Owl at yesterday's show

The Countess of Wessex met a Little Owl at yesterday's show

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The second day of the county's biggest annual event promises to be warm and dry making it perfect weather to visit the Royal Cornwall Show.

There's something for everyone including the dog and goat sections, rare breed classes a top flower show and a thriving countryside area, plus rabbits, cage birds, cavies and bees.

Once again the main arena will feature a wide range of events including the show jumping at 10am and the grand parade of cattle sheep and goats at 2.35pm. The RAF Falcons have rescheduled their display this afternoon to around 4.20pm.

Don't forget to join the Scarecrow Trail with just 107 of them to search for across the show and a £50 cash prize (Courtesy of NatWest Business) plus a family ticket for next year's show. It's great fun as well as raising funds for the RABI and costs just £1 to enter.

Buy your sheet to take part in the hunt at any of the Official Catalogue/Programme Sales Outlets at the show or from the RABI stand no. 289 A charity auction and Cornish supper is being held in aid of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) and The Addington Fund. Cornish Mutual, Edward Buckland Auctioneers, Francis Clark Chartered Accountants and Barclays Bank have joined forces to stage the event which will take place this evening in the Cornish Mutual Pavilion.

Today's weather is forecast to be dry and warm but breezy.

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