The Royal Show

The Royal Show, organised by The Royal Agricultural Society of England, was first held in 1838, a year after the formation of the Society. One of the unique features was that it was typically held at differing venues around the country upto 1963, when it found a permanent home at the National Agricultural Centre, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, with the last show being held in 2009.

The firm attended a number of Royal Shows at the beginning of the twentieth century, including Park Royal, London (1903), Liverpool (1910), Bristol (1913), Derby (1921) and Leicester (1924).