The Great Yorkshire Show is proud to welcome HRH The Duke of Gloucester on Tuesday 11th July.

The Show is delighted to be welcoming The Duke on the Tuesday which will be his first ever visit. HRH The Princess Royal visited in 2022 and King Charles III and The Queen Consort visited in 2021.

The Duke of Gloucester, who is a first cousin to Queen Elizabeth II, will be taken on a tour of the Show with the Show Director Charles Mill and HM Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire Mrs Jo Ropner.

Show Director Charles Mills said: “We are delighted to welcome The Duke of Gloucester to the Great Yorkshire Show for the first time and look forward to showing him some of the highlights including horses, cattle and the latest in farming technology.”

Also on Tuesday will be some of the industry’s top level leaders with MPs on the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee attending the Great Yorkshire Show.

The Chair of the cross-party Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, Sir Robert Goodwill MP, and Committee members will launch a new report by the Committee on the merits and risks involved in species reintroductions in England.