The format for the next 80 Shows was now beginning to emerge and with a balance of funds sitting at £1,995, the Kent County Agricultural Society began its plans for the next County Show, which would be an amalgamation with the Bath & West and Southern Counties Society for the Maidstone Show and would take place from May 28 to June 2 1925.
The fourth annual Show was held in Margate on 15, 16 and 17 July 1926, at Northdown House and Park, the estate owned by the new President, Captain J I H Friend.
The Kent County Agricultural Society by this time had organised its Council Members and was able to form smaller working committees to look at particular areas, represented by Finance, Show Yard, Prize List, Publicity, Programme and Allotment Committees.
The object of the Society at this time was for the encouragement of agriculture generally, improvement in the breeding and rearing of livestock and to encourage the invention and improvement of agricultural implements and machinery.
The Show, at Margate had been deemed by many experts to be one of the most beautiful with regards to position, lay out and decoration. This was the result of the efforts of the President, who not only spent time on the grounds daily for several months prior to the Show, but also placed a large staff of men at the disposal of the Society.