One of the biggest events of Great Harwood's social calendar is all set to come to town next Monday (May 31).
The Great Harwood Agricultural Show will feature a range of fun events for all the family and everyone is urged to come along and support it.
For the second year, the ever-popular show is on a 40-acre site on the junction of Harwood Lane and Whalley Road, known as the New Showground.
It has been he home of the show since 2009 when the society bought it - and it is nearly five times bigger than the old location in Wood Lane.
The show, which dates back to 1857 has always been hugely popular and a big hit with visitors from miles around.
Show chairman Geoffrey Hanson said: "The organisation is going very well and everything should fall into place on the day.
"It is the second year we have our new showfield and the extra space.
"Every year we always try to add something new, and this year we have brought in our sheepdog trials, a little like One Man And His Dog.
"Each year we seem to get more people coming and we hope this year will be the same."
There will be cattle and sheep shows as well as a sheepdog trial with approximately 60 dogs, starting at 8.30am.
Horse shows will include show jumping and dressage and there will also be a small animals show, children's competitions and a tug of war.
There will also be a cheese competition and the Bowley Hill trail race, a run over a five and a half mile course.
Admission is £5 for adults and £3 for pensioners and children aged up to 14.
Parking is free for visitors and exhibitors.
For more information about the show, visit www.greatharwoodshow.co.uk