THE annual Rosedale Show takes place on Saturday.

The show, which has been run since 1871 by the Rosedale and District Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society, will be held on the Milburn Arms Field at Rosedale Abbey, from 9am.

There will be livestock classes, showjumping, produce, vintage tractors and sculptures, fox hound and terrier shows, gundogs, terrier races, gymkhana and music.

Refreshments are available on the showfield and in the village.

This year’s presidents are Betty and Charlie Farrow, who have been attending the show since childhood and helped with running the event for 50 years.

Chairman and secretary Sam Dring said entries were looking good.

She said: “We have a good range of entries across the board and the showjumping events can be entered on the day.

“We are keeping an eye on the weather, but the ground looks pretty firm at the moment.”

Admission to the show is £5 for adults, £4 senior citizens, £3 children, with under fives free.