Back to the agricultural shows
Scottish Woodlands Ltd is gearing up for a busy summer of rural shows as many of the UK's landmark summer events return after two years of severe disruption as a result of the pandemic.
Staff from Scottish Woodlands will attend some of the biggest events in the rural calendar, including the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh and the Royal Welsh Show at Bulith Wells.
Employees will also meet and greet at the Balmoral Show, the premier agricultural show in Northern Ireland, as well as some of the biggest regional events in Scotland like the Turriff Show in Aberdeenshire and Scottish Game Fair in Scone, Perthshire.
"Getting out and about - and meeting people face to face - is such an important part of our business," said David Robertson, Director of Investment and Business Development for Scottish Woodlands Ltd.
"We are delighted to be attending all the major shows, and rural conferences - to meet clients, customers, suppliers and the general public. It's great to be able to take the story of our successful business out to a wider audience again."
The season starts with the Balmoral Show in Northern Ireland on May 11-14, then ScotSheep, near Dundee, on 1st June.
The landmark event of the year, the Royal Highland Show, is back at Ingliston from June 23-26 after being cancelled in both 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19. The Royal Welsh Show also returns after a two-year absence from 18-21 July.
"We look forward to meeting friends old and new at the shows and to enjoying the unique atmosphere of agricultural events," said Mr Robertson.
Scottish Woodlands Ltd will be available to discuss any of your forestry and woodland issues at the events below. If you would like any more details, please email Emma.Menmuir@ScottishWoodlands.co.uk
- Balmoral Show 11-14 May;
- ScotSheep, 1 June;
- Royal Highland Show 23-26 June
- Scottish Game Fair 1-3 July
- Royal Welsh Show 18-21 July
- Turriff Show 31st July-1st August
- Black Isle Show 4th August
- Moy Game Fair 5-6 August
- Lochaber Show 27th August