The latest events to be hit by the ongoing wet weather are the Great Yorkshire Show and the CLA Game Fair, which have both been cancelled.
The Great Yorkshire Show, one of the biggest shows in the country, was cancelled on Tuesday night after just one day of competition.
A statement on the show's website read: "After three months of unprecedented rainfall we have had to take the difficult decision to cancel the Great Yorkshire Show on the evening of the first day; after suffering a further 30 minute deluge this afternoon. Sadly the car parks just did not hold up and so for health and safety reasons we simply could not continue. This is a heartbreaking decision for everyone who loves the Great Yorkshire Show and is involved in making it so special."
The show is currently arranging refunds for ticket holders and entrants, but it's still a huge disappointment to those intending to visit or compete at the event. It will also hit local businesses hard in a year marred with cancellations, with trade stand owners losing a lot of business.
The world's biggest game fair, which was due to take place from 20-22 July in Leicestershire, has also been cancelled.
CLA Director General Helen Woolley said: "I am extremely sad to say the heavy rain in the run-up to this year's CLA Game Fair has left us with no choice but to take the heartbreaking decision to cancel the show. It is a devastating blow for the CLA team, contractors, exhibitors and the hoards of visitors and guests who make the CLA Game Fair the world's greatest country show.
"I feel enormously sorry for all those who were so looking forward to this year's event. The CLA Game Fair will return next year."