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Come and join us at the Summer Shows

Summer is just round the corner and we are delighted to be supporting both the Haddington Show and the Border Union Show once again this year.

The Haddington Show – Saturday 1 July
GWA has a longstanding relationship with The Haddington Show and we are proud to be joint main sponsor of this great event again. The show has been run by the United East Lothian Agricultural Society since 1804 and will be taking place at the East Fortune Race Circuit on the first weekend in July. It is a super day out with entertainment, a food market, vintage machinery and livestock and equestrian events.

So, drop by for a chat, maybe a hog roast roll or some refreshments. You’ll find us in the sponsors’ marquee just by the main ring.

The Border Union Show – Friday 28 and Saturday 29 July
The Border Union Show is one of the highlights of the agricultural calendar for the Scottish Borders and Northumberland. It may be a traditional farming show with livestock parades and competitions and rural skills demonstrations but it also has over 175 trade stands, a food fair, a craft tent and a children’s fun fair. Come and join us for our traditional hog roast rolls on Friday and refreshments on both days.

Nearer the time, we will send out invitations with further information. In the meantime, make sure you have the dates in your diary.
You can find out more and buy tickets by visiting Haddington Show and Border Union Show websites.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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