The Rutland Agricultural Society
The Rutland Agricultural Society

The Rutland Agricultural Society

The Rutland Agricultural Society’s origins date back to 1788 to the Leicestershire and Rutland Agricultural Society. The first supporter of this was the Earl of Winchelsea, owner of Burley on the Hill Estate. In 1794, John Crutchley, of Burley on the Hill, wrote in a Board of Agriculture report, ‘Are there any societies instituted in the county for the improvement of agriculture? Answer none’.

Forthcoming Events

16th - 19th July - Empingham DTC Show - Cancelled

30th July - 2nd August - European Open Agility Championships - Cancelled

6th - 9th August - Kennel Club International Agility Festival - Cancelled

13th - 16th August - Young Kennel Club Camp - Cancelled

21st - 23rd August - British Vespa Days - Cancelled

12th September - Guildhall Antiques Fair

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