Organisers of Moreton Show, which was cancelled in 2020 due to the Covid crisis, have announced that it will return later this year.
Moreton Show, which will take place on September 4, is a premier one-day agricultural show, set in the heart of the north Cotswolds.
It has been established for more than 70 years and is now one of the largest one-day agricultural shows in the country attracting more than 20,000 visitors.
The show prides itself on its traditional values, providing a stage for local produce and crafts while delivering an entertaining and educational day out for all visitors.
Jess Parkes, horse and sponsorship secretary, said: “We are planning on bringing back pretty much the whole show in its entirety, with widened aisle ways and new shopping avenues to replace previous covered marquees.
“The Grand Arena will have its usual full timetable with the Paul Hannam quadbike stunt show and the famous livestock grand parade as its highlights.”
Tom Hayman-Joyce, chairman of Moreton Show, said: “I’m thrilled that our show will go on. Tickets are only available in advance and online so please visit our website to buy them.
“Even though restrictions are lifting, we are still putting lots of measures in place to ensure you feel safe. Please pop the date in your diary – Saturday, September 4, 2021 – the team and I can’t wait to welcome you.”