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Thousands are expected to flock to the famous show which kicks off the start of the summer Bank Holiday weekend just outside of Aylesbury.
The show usually brings a lot of traffic with it so whether you are attending or not the roads will undoubtedly be busy.
This year there is a very prestigious visitor too. National Farmers Union president Meurig Raymond will be at the show for the first time to meet local farmers.
More than 60 classes of cattle and 30 classes of sheep will line the livestock marquees giving everyone the chance to get up close and personal with top quality animals.
The equestrian rings will see beautiful horses competing in qualifying classes for the Horse of the Year Show.
In the Main Ring the show will welcome back the Bolddog Lings Freestyle Stunt Team who will perform twice having recently starred on ITV’s ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ showing off their amazing tricks.
The ever popular Sheep Show returns to provide both humorous and educational entertainment which stars the ever incredible ‘dancing sheep’.
All this plus the popular home and garden marquee, food hall, countryside area and the shopping marquee.
Tickets on the day at Weedon Park cost £15 for adults, £6 for children (five to 16 years), £12.50 for OAPs and £36 for a group of two adults and two children. Under fives can gain entry for free.
There is a free bus service running from Station Way, Aylesbury to the showground. The first bus is at 9.30am.