One of the popular attractions at the Clogher Valley Show is the Food Hall, sponsored by Glanbia.

Following the tradition of previous years, the Food Hall will be officially opened on the evening before the Show – Tuesday, July 26 – where there will be a reception for judges and stallholders.

The Food Hall will be officially opened by guest speaker, Mr. David Brown, President of the Ulster Farmers' Union, from Fermanagh.

Among the features in the Food Hall will be cookery demonstrations by Chef Adrian, and there will be Junior and Senior Cook-off competitions as well as displays of a wide selection of products for sampling and for sale, including specialist meats, cakes and jams, cheese, fresh fruit and vegetables.

Apart from the main judging classes for horses and ponies, cattle, sheep, goats, dogs and Home Industries, The Show programme includes:

- Champion of Champions, awarded in memory of the late Mr. Willie Wilson.

- Vintage Vehicle Display for pre-1982 tractors, cars and machines. This vintage section is now in its 17th year, with entries increasing each year.

- Family Dog Show at noon at the rear of the school.

- Most Appropriately Dressed Lady.

- Awards for the Best Trade Stands, most attractive exhibits in the Food Hall, and most outstanding in the Craft Marquee.

For attending the Show, there will be traffic diversions in operation on the Show morning to facilitate the free flow of traffic. Details will be published on the Show's Facebook page.

Exhibitors are asked to adhere to the instructions from the Show Office. All vegetables, flowers, plants, floral art, home baking and jam can be displayed in the marquee on either Monday, July 25 from 4-8pm, or on Tuesday, July 26, up to 11am.

All country crafts, home industries, photography, paintings and schoolchildren's classes must be displayed on Monday, July 25 from 4-8pm.

All other exhibits such as livestock must be in the show grounds before 8.30am on Show Day, as judging will begin at 9.30am for horses, sheep, goats and cattle.

Speaking in advance of the Show, Secretary, Ruth Montgomery is optimistic of a great show this year, with cattle entries on a par with the last Show, held in 2019.

The Clogher Valley Show will be hosting the Northern Ireland Aberdeen Angus Summer Championship and around 80 entries have been received for this section alone.

The Show will also be hosting the National Beef Shorthorn Championship.

Among the guests expected to attend will be the Agriculture Minister, Mr. Edwin Poots.