A traditional country fair is set to delight thousands of craft fans and steam engine enthusiasts when it rolls into Uttoxeter.
The Staffordshire Country, Steam and Crafts Fair takes place at Uttoxeter Racecourse on Saturday, July 21 and Sunday, July 22. Both days run from 10am to 5pm.
A spokesman for Oakleigh Fairs, which is organising the fair, said: "This event will give everyone something to enjoy.
"There will be arena entertainment including stunt bikes and buggies; birds of prey flying displays; terrier racing; children’s entertainer Mario Magic and dog training and agility.
"There will also be steam engines; the Nuneaton Dog Display Team, historical re-enactment and a goat show, which not only includes bottle-feeding lambs and kids, but also will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about these curious and engaging animals and more besides.
"People can enjoy arts, crafts, food, drink and gifts marquees as well as outside trade stands.
"The show is fully-catered, with a licensed bar.
"And on the Sunday at this event we are proud to host The Fun Family Companion Dog Show, so bring along a canine friend and have a go.
"All proceeds from entries go to Marie Curie cancer care."
Online-bought tickets cost £6.50 for Adults; £5.50 for concessions; £3.50 for children aged five-to-18. and £18 for families of two adults and two children aged five-to-18. They are available at www.oakleighfairs.co.uk
On the gate, they cost £7.50 for adults, £6.50 for concessions, £4 for children aged five-to-18 and £20 for families. Children aged below five get in free.
Concessionary tickets are available for pensioners, students, disabled people, NHS workers and members of the armed forces, all of whom must provide ID to qualify.
Well-behaved dogs on a lead are welcome at this show, but not in marquees with food.