Since 1821, an annual Show has been held in Fife to encourage and showcase the breeding of livestock. Today, The Fife Show is held annually, on the third Saturday of May, just outside Cupar, and is one of the most popular one day agricultural shows in the country.
Thousands of visitors come to see livestock and machinery, both vintage and modern, at close quarters. While retaining the feel of a traditional agricultural event, the Show has extended its activities into the realms of wider environment and related countryside issues with the introduction of a Game Fair area. Main ring entertainment, as well as the Food & Drink sections, alongside trade stands and amusements for the children ensure that the Show provides a great day out for all ages.
The Show is run by volunteers and its aim is to promote, support and work with agriculture in Fife and beyond. We encourage individuals to become involved at whatever level suits them – as a new, participative committee member; as a volunteer to help set-up or steward on the day or as a friend of the show in another capacity. Help is needed in many areas and always very much appreciated.
ABOUT US In 1821, the “Fife Agricultural Society” was formed in Cupar. The main objective of the Society was the general encouragement of agriculture and, in particular, the breeding of horses, cattle and sheep. An annual show was held where premiums were awarded to the best animals. Even 200 years ago, when the phrase “best ……Learn more
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland Long Service Medals and Certificates for employees with 30years service or more are presented at the Show each year. Application forms for Medals and Certificates can be obtained from the Secretary of the RHASS ([email protected]) and further information is available from the Fife Show Secre…Learn more
Only a couple of days to go and the Showground is looking great, thanks to the hard work of all the volunteers. Tickets and passes are all out to members, exhibitors, sponsors and officials – with the exception of Light Horse competitors who should collect their wristbands and numbers on arrival, and Showjumpers who do not ……Read more