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DACRES GEARS UP FOR GREAT YORKSHIRE SHOW

DACRES GEARS UP FOR GREAT YORKSHIRE SHOW

Residential News | Thu 07 Jul 2022
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Anyone with an interest in Yorkshire’s property market should visit the Dacre, Son & Hartley stand at the Great Yorkshire Show next week.

Dacres first started exhibiting at the show in 2016 and will be welcoming visitors to stand 209 across all four days of this year’s Great Yorkshire Show, which is running from Tuesday 12th July to Friday 15th July. 

Patrick McCutcheon FNAEA, head of residential at Dacre, Son & Hartley, said: “Our business is a great Yorkshire based company with roots dating back more than 200 years. There is no better place to meet and greet so many people from our region and beyond than at the Great Yorkshire Show. 

“We’ll be on hand to offer a warm Yorkshire welcome and a chance to rest weary legs! We will also be giving people the chance to test their local knowledge by guessing the value of a number of homes that we have sold across the region this year.” 

The Great Yorkshire Show is organised by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society (YAS) and is England’s premier showcase for agriculture, food, farming and the countryside. The Princess Royal will be attending on the 12th July, and for the first time ever, there will be Sheep Dog Trials taking place twice a day in the main ring. There will also be three new show jumping classes this year in the TopSpec White Rose ring and Christine Talbot will be hosting a chat show with a different farming celebrity each day. 

A three-part television series called ‘Today at the Great Yorkshire Show’ will be on Channel 5 on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th July, with a 90-minute highlights package showing over the weekend. 

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