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The Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) has announced the judges for next year’s Royal Highland Show.
Last night (Thursday 26th October), the inaugural Scottish Agriculture Awards took place welcoming over 450 people to celebrate some of the most innovative and progressive agricultural businesses and individuals within the sector.
Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS) board members are lending their industry expertise by being part of the Scottish Agricultural Awards judging panel.
Cultivating Social Well-being in Rural Scotland: The Role of the Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland
In the picturesque landscapes of rural Scotland, where rolling hills meet serene lochs, there's a thriving community deeply connected to the land. But beyond the breathtaking scenery lies a crucial yet often overlooked aspect of rural life: social well-being.
Tractor and combine harvester were in situ on the Royal Mile for an all and no-faith church service tribute to our food producers.
Tractor and combine harvester will be in situ on the Royal Mile for an all and no-faith church service tribute to our food producers.
A limited number of early bird discounted tickets to the 2024 Royal Highland Show will be released at 6pm today as the gates close on this year’s event - which welcomed the world’s best sheep shearers amongst the 217,000 people who flocked to the show over the four days.
There is a lot more going on behind the scenes at the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland than you might think – and a large part of these activities are carried out by the dedicated team of Society directors.
As representatives of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, the RHASS directors see every high and low that the charity and its flagship event, the Royal Highland Show, experiences.