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Picture Gallery – Surrey County Show 2013

Published on: 27 May, 2013
Updated on: 29 May, 2013

A further selection of pictures from the 2013 Surrey County Show held at Stoke Park, Guildford.


Above: stockmen walk their animals around the Grand Arena during the parade of prize-winning cattle and sheep.

Handlers with their pygmy goats.

Above and below: handlers with their pygmy goats.



The chairman of the Surrey Hills Society, Christine Howard, with trustee Kenneth Bare.


The visit Surrey marquee that featured a number of organisations, including G Live, the Surrey Hills Trust, Hogs Back Brewery, Loseley Park, local and county councils, promoting things to do and places to visit in Surrey.

Diana Roberts of Guildford Tourist Information centre tweeted: “Finally thanks to our team @guildfordtic and @visitSurrey who made it all happen. A record 5,843 visited our marquee!”

The people from the Cranleigh Show (taking pace on August 3) who were in attendance with their own stand, tweeted about the Surrey County Show: “What a wonderful day we’ve had @SurreyShow, dear organisers we salute you, you did Surrey proud….brilliant”.


Above and below: inside the floristry marquee, hosted in conjunction with Merrist Wood College.


Sonjia of Pure Accessories reported that trading was brisk.

Sonjia of Pure Accessories reported that trading was brisk.


Visitors loved having their picture taken beside some of the huge agricultural vehicles on display.


Darren Thomas in the woodland and forestry section making a ‘shrink pot’.

One of the show's vice-presidents, Gordon lee Steer, with the Bishop of Guildford, the Rt Rev'd Christopher Hill.

One of the show’s vice-presidents, Gordon Lee Steer, with the Bishop of Guildford, the Rt Rev’d Christopher Hill.

Plenty of attention inside the sheep enclosure.

The sheep inside their enclosure get plenty of attention.


Show jumping the the Grand Arena featured two jumps that were used at last summer’s London 2012 Olympic Games.


Crowds enjoy some decent weather!

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