The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has received a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Sharing Heritage grant, which will allow over 130 years of agricultural history, contained in the Society’s archives, to be digitised and published online.
Since 1784, the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has been the respected standard-bearer for farming and rural industry in Scotland.
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MEDIA RELEASE The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has confirmed a £500,000 investment to upgrade its equestrian ring (ring 6) to Olympic standards in time for this year’s Royal Highland Show (June 18 – 21).
The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has reported a solid performance in 2014 with total income up £610,000 and operating surplus at a similar level to the previous year.
Fifty Scottish food and drink businesses have been selected for the ultimate industry hotlist as the shortlist for the coveted Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards is announced.
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Some pictures from our Royal Highland Show Film Launch on Thursday 19th March 2015!
The Livestock and Competitions Department at the Royal Highland Show is looking to recruit a further team member for this year’s Show, so if you know your gimmers from your geldings or your heifers from your hamburgs, then this could be for you. We need someone to join the core team to input entries alongside […]
Have you read our latest newsletter? It has lots of exciting updates in it! Spring 2015 Newsletter If you aren’t signed up for our newsletter, you can sign up via our homepage!
The great and the good of Scotland’s rural, tourism and creative industries turned out in force in Edinburgh this evening (19th March) to launch the 175th Royal Highland Show.
RHASS is delighted to have sponsored Lantra’s Rural and Urban Secondary Schools Awards, introduced in recognition of schools which demonstrate exceptional standards in rural skills training. The 2015 award was presented to Breadalbane Academy and Eyemouth High School respectively. Breadalbane Academy, in Aberfeldy, built an innovative ‘community garden’ which caught the eye of the judges, while […]