Lord Mayor of Cork, Councillor John Sheehan and and Ger Murphy, Director, Cork Summer Show 2020 officially launches the Cork Virtual Summer Show 2020.
Cork Summer Show 2020 embraces a Virtual stage and opens up to everyone with access to the web, be it via mobile / cellular phone, tablet or computer.
COVID-19 has inspired us to rethink and adapt. This is our first virtual show in 215 years and hopefully it will create a new dynamic dimension to Cork Show.
By participating in this new Cork Virtual Summer Show you will be supporting a charity in your local region.
A full list of the chosen charities will be published after the show.
Entry is easy and open to all, no matter if you live in Ireland or New Zealand or in between, all are welcome.
The Cork Virtual Summer Show has been totally focused towards people and their interests, so for the first time we are able to give attention to wider participation and to competitions one could not run in a physical showground.
We are embracing technology to its limits while at the same time ensuring that participants and public all over the globe can not get access to Cork Virtual Summer Show 2020.
I hope you enjoy the competitions and details of timings will be released as the Show unfolds.
Robert C. Harkin,
Munster Agricultural Society