Royal Welsh Show posts profit after record breaking visitor numbers

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The Royal Welsh Show posted a profit of nearly £210,000 last year after record-breaking visitor numbers, says the society behind the event.

The four-day show in Llanelwedd, Powys, attracted its highest ever attendance of 241,099 in July 2012.

The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society said the event made a surplus of income over expenditure of £209,247 which is slightly up on the figures for 2011.

The society's Winter Fair and Spring Festival also made a profit.

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