The UK Government is returning to the Royal Welsh Show (22 – 25 July) to give members of the public the opportunity to speak to UK Government staff about how they are delivering for people and communities in all parts of the country.
Across the four-day event in Builth Wells, a variety of UK Government departmental teams and agencies will hold a variety of events centred on stand C221 including:
Monday 22 July
AM – Delivering for you at work and at home
Join the Department for Work and Pensions, DVLA, Office for National Statistics and the Ministry of Defence to find out how the UK Government is working to support you and your family at work and at home.
Tuesday 23 July
ALL DAY – Road safety
Check you’re road safe with DVLA’s registration plate eye test.
AM – Food is Great panel discussion
The globally recognised UK Government ‘GREAT’ campaign will be hosting a ‘Food is Great’ panel discussion with famous Welsh food and drink suppliers.
Hear their advice on exporting and speak to UK Government staff about taking your next steps on the exporting journey.
PM – Do you have access to superfast broadband?
Openreach, Net Support UK and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport are holding a broadband advice session.
Ask questions about your broadband speed and see what the UK Government is doing to provide superfast connections right across Wales.
Wednesday 24 July
ALL DAY – Find out how the UK Government is working to end extreme poverty
The Department for International Development will be showcasing how the UK Government is tackling the global challenges of our time including poverty and disease, insecurity and conflict.
Come and see what innovative equipment the UK Government is using across the world to tackle these challenges and how the Halo Trust is working to remove land mines and protect lives.
Thursday 25 July
ALL DAY – Green Great Britain Day
Join us to find out how you and your business could benefit from the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy and find out how you can get involved in Green Great Britain week.