In Porchfields, Trim

Sunday, 1st September 2019

5% Levy deducted from all prize winnings in Horse and Cattle Section


The Royal Meath show committee would like to wish all of our sponsors and patrons a very Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year!

2018 Winners!

We've started posting our lists of prize winners here. Come back regularly for updates.

Another year over....

Well folks that's it for another year! The sun shone, the crowds came out in force and lots of rosettes were awarded.

Thank you to all those who attended this year's show in Trim. Whether participating or spectating your support for the show is vital to its continued existence and we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who made the effort to be there.
We'd also like to thank our sponsors, stallholders and suppliers for their generosity and goodwill.
The help we receive from the Gardaí, the Red Cross, Meath River Rescue and Meath County Council is invaluable and we would like to express our gratitude to them.
Finally we'd like to thank the volunteers and their families who give an enormous amount of their time, expertise and enthusiasm throughout the year to ensure that the show is a success!
For some photos of the show click here. More photos to come over the next week!

Roll on 2019!!

Meath Environmental Network Talks

The Meath Environmental Network will be presenting an exciting series of environmental talks at the Royal Meath Show which is taking place in Porchfields, Trim, on Sunday, the 2nd of September. A diverse range of speakers will give presentations on pressing environmental issues such as climate change and the impact of invasive species.

The programme of speakers will be as follows:

10:00 Introduction to Meath Environmental Network and the inaugural Eco-tent talks


10:15 'Climate Change: The Challenge to All of Us' - Seán MacDonagh, Eco Theologian with the Columban Fathers

10:45. 'Stop Food Waste - The Brown Bin' - Percy Foster, Cré Composting Association of Ireland

11:15 'The Circular Economy and the market potential for refurbished goods' - Joanne Rourke, Waste Prevention Officer EMWR, Dublin City Council

11:45 'Waste Prevention and Recycling - what materials are recyclable?' - Rebecca Flanagan, Voice Recycling Ambassador Programme

12:15 Q & A session


13:30 'Climate Change: The Challenge to All of Us' - Séan MacDonagh, Eco Theologian with the Columban Fathers

14:00 'The Right Tree in the Right Place' - Crann

14:30 'The impact of Invasive Species & how to minimise it' - Kieran Cummins

15:00 'Wildlife Crime' - Emma Higgs

For those interested in putting some of these ideas into practice we have some great competitions in our home industries marquee this year:

  • Children up to 6 years old - Class 103 decorated scene made from recyclable items.
  • Children up to 8 to 12 years old - Class 105 decorated collage Trim scene made from recyclable items.
  • 12 to 18 years old - Class 108 Best poster A4 advertising Trim as a tourist area made on the computer.
  • 12 to 18 years old - Class 109 A useful item made from recyclables.

The Celtic Blondes

Celtic Blondes

The Celtic Blondes are a nationally known ‘traditional Irish dance duo with a modern twist’ consisting of sisters Rose-Elizabeth Carey and Daisy Carey. Throughout twenty years of competitive and performance experience, the Celtic Blondes have achieved many awards and performed on stages around the world, some of which include the N.E.C in Birmingham, the Science Museum in South Kensington (London), the Irish Entertainment Awards, the Nathan Carter Stage at Moynalty Steam Threshing Festival, John Joe Nevin’s Olympic Homecoming Celebratory Concert and in Auditorium Orpheus - Educatorio Della Provvidenza in Turin, Italy.  The Celtic Blondes have also appeared on Irish TV (Sky Channel 191), TG4's 'An Jig Gig' and 'Feis And Blood,' and on TV3’s ‘The Apprentice’ and ‘Ireland AM,’ and they describe their greatest achievement as receiving three gold stars on Sky Television’s hit dance show “Got To Dance,” whilst reaching the judges' shortlisted selection.  The Celtic Blondes hold Honours Degrees in Irish Music and Dance from the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick, and their ultimate aim is to open their own Irish Dance Academy to aspiring young dancers.

“What makes our act unique is that we are both accomplished Irish Dancers, and we both have very long, natural blonde hair, which enhances the visuals of our act.  We choreograph all of our own routines to specifically tailored music tracks, and we strive for perfection in all that we do.  We are dedicated to performing, and we cannot wait to see you all at the Royal Meath Show in Trim on the 2nd of September.”




The Royal Meath Show is part funded by the EAFRD (European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development) http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/rural-development-2014-2020/index_en.htm


The Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht affairs


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