Cheshire Show to screen England's big game | Knutsford Times

Cheshire Show to screen England’s big game

By on June 4, 2010

As the likes of Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard try to bring home football’s ultimate prize in South Africa – for the first time since 1966 – show visitors will be able to cheer on the team from the showground in Tabley.
Organisers of this year’s event will be screening the game from the Tabley Restaurant and Bar on Wednesday, June 23, at 4pm.
Nigel Evans, Executive Director of the Cheshire County Show, said: “After taking in all the sights, sounds and smells of the Show, there will be no better way to round off the day than supporting England as they go for World Cup glory.”
Located opposite the Main Ring, the fully licensed Tabley Restaurant and Bar is expected to provide a fantastic atmosphere for the game where supporters can enjoy local beers, wines, spirits, champagne and Pimms.
But it isn’t just football fans who can taste the delights of the restaurant.
With 250-acres to cover, it provides visitors with the perfect place to relax and take a load off, whilst sampling a range of locally-produced dishes from hot pot, Cheshire cheese and leek quiche and Fisherman’s Pie to sandwiches, handmade cakes and sticky pastries.
To find out more about the North West’s premier agricultural event, visit
Advanced tickets are available by calling 0845 124 98 22 or can be purchased on the gate.

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