Royal Welsh Show

The Prostate Cymru team, including mascot Wesley the Walnut, attended the Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells from 22nd to 25th July to raise awareness of prostate issues as part of the charity’s summer roadshow.

The extremely popular agricultural show held in mid Wales was celebrating its 100th year and record numbers attended the event, widely regarded as the pinnacle of the British agricultural calendar, each day. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were among those attending the show. Flagship BBC programme The One Show broadcast live from the show on Monday and Tuesday and festivities from the show were also seen and heard on S4C’s coverage, Radio Cymru, BBC Radio Wales and online everyday. It was an exciting four days of livestock competitions, activities and entertainment.

Members of the Prostate Cymru team and volunteers including Owen Pugsley, Becky Havard, Dai John, Gaynor Newton, Andy Brown, Ian Norton, Tina Tew, Zoe Tew and Cai James attended the show in the sunshine, chatting to people about the charity’s work, fundraising and prostate health. Trustee John Daniels and ambassador Chris Jones also visited the Prostate Cymru stand during the week.

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