The organizers have succeeded in securing £200,000 in funding from the Scottish Government to advance this pioneering initiative.
Presenting RHS TV in the mornings will be Dougie Vipond, Sarah Mack will take over in the afternoons.
This exciting announcement follows the success of The Royal Highland Showcase in 2021, which saw a total audience of 345,701 online viewers from 97 countries.
Bill Gray, Chair of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS), organizers of the Royal Highland Show, said: “This is a very exciting announcement that will allow us to bring the best of food, farming and rural Scotland to audiences around the world. The value the Show brings is reflected in the economy. And also to Scotland, the brand is in line with the level of support we have received from the Scottish government, for which we are very grateful.”
This announcement is just one of many exciting new initiatives planned to make the 2022 show, which marks 200 years since the premiere, an amazing event.
Bell added: “RHS Television also provides fantastic opportunities for sponsors and exhibitors to expand their reach beyond the 200,000 people expected to attend the event. This is another way we can add value and also generate revenue allowing RHASS to fulfill its charitable activities.”
Culture Secretary Neil Gray said: “I know how important events like this can be to farmers, fishermen and rural communities in general. With the Royal Highland Show celebrating its 200th anniversary this year, I am delighted that this important and wonderful event will once again welcome people in person to the show, which Bringing together Scotland’s world-famous food and drink, its traditions and culture for attendees from all over the world to enjoy, will once again support the event supply chain in Scotland which has been particularly hard hit by the pandemic.
“I am delighted that Scottish government funding will make it possible for The Royal Highland Show to showcase online all that rural Scotland has to offer and celebrate, greatly increasing the reach of the event and enabling people across Scotland and all over the world to experience the rich variety of activities that have to offer. offer is provided.”
Supported by the Royal Bank of Scotland, The Royal Highland Show will take place at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingleston, Edinburgh, from 23-26 June 2022.
Tickets, including parking, must be purchased in advance online this year and tickets will not be available for purchase at the gate. Tickets are limited this year with sale days expected, so buying early is advised. Children 15 years old and under free when accompanied by an adult (a free ticket must also be booked in advance).
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