It remains true to its roots and is one of the key events in the UK calendar each year - attended by agricultural and equestrian professional and enthusiasts, and thousands of people from all over the region looking for an interesting day out.
Held at the beautiful 150-acre South of England Showground in Ardingly, West Sussex, the 2022 show featured nearly 400 livestock competition classes featuring many different breeds; over 70 different equestrian displays and competitions including international showjumping, heavy horses and the always thrilling Inter Hunt Relay.
There were also performances from a military brass band and this year the show hosted an Army Village. There was also a proposal of marriage during one of the live performances which delighted the audience.
Corrie Ince, Show Director for the South of England Agricultural Society, said:
"What a show! After having cancelled in 2020, and had so many restrictions in 2021, this year certainly saw us come back with a bang, and the weather was kind to us with sunshine for the whole weekend.
" .. Not only does it allow us to celebrate the world of agriculture with the public, and inspire so many - especially the next generation, the ticket sales enable us as a charity to support those interested or involved in agriculture and other land-based industries."