The Royal Cheshire County Show has welcomed sponsorship from Knutsford-based Delamere Dairy for the third consecutive year.
The company has been involved with the show for many years, and values the increased visibility the sponsorship brings.
Having been in business for 34 years, Delamere Dairy started life in Delamere Forest when Liz and Roger Sutton bought their first three goats.
Today, with its headquarters in Knutsford, Delamere Dairy is an internationally recognised brand, supplying an extensive range of speciality goat and cow’s milk-based products to retail, wholesale and independent clients.
Ed Salt, the firm’s managing director comments, “We are delighted to be partnering with the Royal Cheshire County Show for another year.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to get out and speak to our customers within the Cheshire community and beyond.
“We have been involved with the show for a number of years, and it’s an event we look forward to each year, welcoming back familiar customers to our stand.”
Awarded the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for its international trade achievements in 2016, the Cheshire company contracts goat farms across England.
It operates a strict, independently-monitored, farm assurance and welfare code to guarantee the best milk from healthy, happy animals.
Delamere Dairy supplies 40% of the UK goat product market.
Rob Davenport, show director at the Cheshire Agricultural Society, commented: “I am very pleased that Delamere Dairy will be the show’s principal sponsor of the main ring for a third year.
“It demonstrates the value that sponsoring the show can bring to a business. We have an action packed two days planned for the main ring, which will thrill the crowds.”
The Royal Cheshire Show is the premier summertime agricultural event in the North West of England.
In 2016 it reached an exciting milestone when the honour of ‘royal’ status was bestowed on the show by the Cabinet Office.