The following year in 1933, the Mayor of Maidstone secured both the new President, The Right Honourable Lord Plender, and the official Guest of Honour, the Lord Mayor of London. Happily, the Kent County Agricultural Society was able to report a small profit and had the weather been better, the number of visitors would have been higher. In fact records showed a 33 per cent increase in figures on the first day, Thursday 13 July. The Show, which had in previous years spanned three days, would see a switch to the final day being held on Saturday. This was to ensure that farm workers were able to come along with their families on a non-working day.