Cheshire Show Receives PAWSCARS Award For Best Open Show 2020


Image caption: (L-R) Geoff Corish, Alastair Moss (secretary of the dog section) and Kathy Gorman (Fosse Data Systems – award sponsors).

The Royal Cheshire County Show is proud to announce that the dog section has been awarded ‘Best Open Show’ 2020 at The PAWSCARS Awards Ceremony on Wednesday 4th March at the Metropole Hotel, Birmingham.

Managed by Chief Steward Alastair Moss, The Royal Cheshire County Show is proud to host one of the largest open dog shows in the region, with 500 classes and more than 100 different breeds on display.

The PAWSCARS awards is the premier event in the pedigree dog world calendar which honours the success and hard work of those in all areas of the British dog show scene and brings together the pedigree dog world for an evening of celebration and fundraising.

Rob Davenport, Show Director of The Royal Cheshire County Show, commented: “Thank you to the public and those from the dog show fraternity who have voted for the Cheshire Show’s Dog Section.

We are honoured to receive this prestigious award which is a testament to the Show’s organisers who work hard to organise and deliver this extremely popular event each year.”