The show will run next year.Peter Naylor
The Orange Show Society will be discussing the "post mortem" of the 2020 show at this year's annual general meeting.
Orange Show Society president Peter Naylor said despite the show being cancelled in May due to COVID-19, he remains positive it will run next year.
"It's sad to think we didn't get to put on a show this year and we will be discussing the cost of not having it at the meeting," he said.
"The show will run next year and I can't see any problems with it going ahead.
"It was hard this year that we had to cancel but that's the way the world and Australia is at the moment with events and all we have to do is sit down and plan for next year."
Mr Naylor said the meeting will also have an election for the new committee members.
"There is between 10 to 15 people who are on the committee, some may step down and some may move into different roles," he said.
"We are looking to have the meeting held at the secretary's office in the showground.
"But if more people turn up, we may have to change the venue to abide by the restrictions and go to either the Environmental Learning Centre building or the Agricultural Society Building."
Mr Naylor added after the committee election at the meeting, members will start preparations for 2021.
"We are planning to run the show on May 2 and 3 next year and it'll be bigger and better than what this year's show was supposed to be," he said.
"I would like to thank the public and businesses who have helped sponsored the show this year and we hope we will be able to have the same support for next year's show."
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