Royal Highland Show 2013

20 June 2013 09:00 - 23 June 2013 18:00

Avenue Q, Royal Highland Show, Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh, EH28 8NB
Please note: we are still on Avenue Q but are now closer to the RHET Children’s Discovery Centre

Join Soil Association Scotland at the Royal Highland Show

As farmers, foodies and families gear up for one of the flagship events of the Scottish summer, the Soil Association’s programme for this year’s Royal Highland Show looks set to be one of the most exciting yet…

Programme for 2013

Thursday 20th June 11-12pm
The Food for Life Scotland super sleuthChris Walton, Scottish Farmer and Grower board member will be on the stand so please come along to have a chat

Thursday 20th June 1-3pm: Tea, cake & bubbly reception
Please come along and join Laura and the team to mark another busy year for organic food and farming and to sample some delicious organic goodies.

Thursday 20th & Friday 21st June
Susi and Ed from Soil Association Certification are available along with Lyn and Colleen to answer your questions on organic farming and growing.

Friday 21st, Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd June
Discover, learn and explore organic food and farming (and get your hands dirty) with an inspiring programme of activities including…

  • The Food for Life Super Sleuth Trail – an exciting mystery adventure trail around the showground
  • Become a crofter with flour milling and bannock making workshops (Saturday only)
  • Hands-on activities for all the family (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Find out more about the benefits of becoming a Soil Association member and our campaigning work

For further information about the Soil Association's Programme at this year's Royal Highland Show, contact Soil Association Scotland on 0131 554 2561 or email

Bookmark and Share

Latest blog


Ben Raskin: As bacteria rots organic matter down it produces heat. Trying to make use of this heat to help things grow in our cold Northern climate is nothing new. This is how the Victorians managed to produce pineapples in their walled gardens. However, there seems to be a renewed interest in harnessing this waste energy.

07 April 2014 | 2 Comments | Recommended by 2