The Brecon Agricultural Society was founded in 1755 and has continued without a break
until the present day and is in fact
Our Show is based around the Cattle, Sheep, Horse & Pony classes which attract exhibitors
from all over the Country.
We also have over 100 trade exhibitors bringing you the
best in British Farm Produce, the latest tractors & farm machinery and cars to anything
for the garden. From clothing and jewellery to hand made cards, there is something
for everyone. Combine this with vintage and modern machinery, Dog Show, rides and
stalls for children, a beer tent and much more you will be sure to have a great family
The Brecon County Show is held annually on the 1st Saturday in August at The Showground,
Watton Villa, Brecon. Each year the show has 400 horse entries, 100 cattle entries
and over 400 sheep entries. The show also hosts a major shearing competition, a
poultry show, classes for goats, a novelty and exemption dog show and a dog agility
competition. The Show attracts over 10,000 people to the show and with over 100
trade stands and main ring attractions there is plenty of entertainment on offer
the oldest surviving agricultural society in the UK today.
HRH The Prince of Wales is the Patron of Brecknockshire Agricultural Society.