The Royal Lancashire Show (RLS) is a horticultural show which happens each year at various areas all through the authentic district limits of Lancashire in North England. The show is sorted out by the Royal Lancashire Agricultural Society (RLAS) and is one of Britain's most seasoned farming appears, first occurring in 1767. From the year 1954 the shows at Stanley Park and Blackpool were composed for a long time.
The RLAS has founded in the Manchester Agricultural Society, established in 1767 this general public amalgamated with that from Liverpool (organized 1830) in 1847, to wind up the Manchester and Liverpool Agricultural Society. A further amalgamation in 1874, with the Royal North Lancashire Agricultural Society (shaped 1847), realized another change of name in April 1875, to the Royal Manchester, Liverpool and North Lancashire Agricultural Society. The association was reconstituted in 1893 as the Royal Lancashire Agricultural Society.
Blackpool Zoo was opened in 1972 taking up an extensive piece of Stanley Park. The show needed to move. The Royal Lancashire Agricultural Show purchased land at Ribby Hall, Wrea Green. In 1979 because of deficiency of cash the general public were compelled to stop all exercises for a few years. Later at different locales in Lancashire, including Witton Park, Blackburn the shows were sorted out. For a long time all the agrarian shows were led at Astley Park in Lancashire.