The Cork Summer Show Is Expected To Be A Massive Boost To The Local Economy This Year
A boost of around €10 million euro is anticipated
Records numbers are expected to attend this weekend.
The annual event has gone from strength to strength and this year a host of activities are taking place including various farming events, pet dog shows, free rides, cookery demonstrations, fashion shows and live music.
Helicopter rides are also now on offer at the show.
Speaking to RedFM News Chairman of the Munster Agricultural Society Robert Harkin says planning for 2019 began this time last year:
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