THE 112th Farndale Show takes place on Bank Holiday Monday.

Set at the Showfield in Church Houses, Farndale, the show annually attracts about 3,000 visitors.

Entry numbers are well up on last year and there are a number of new classes.

This year the attractions include Phillipa Williams Dog Agility display, Owl Adventures and Hobby Horse Gymkhana, alongside the sheep, cattle and horse classes. There are also horticultural, fur and feather, baking and craft marquees.

Music will be provided by Bilsdale Silver Band and there will also be quoits, terrier racing, sheepdog trials and a beagle parade.

The Commondale Wool Spinners will provide a wool spinning and knitting display and there will be traditional and local Artisan food producers.

There will be a festival of flowers in St Mary’s Church next to the showfield.

A spokesman for the show said: “It’s a champion day out for all the family.”

Entrance to the show is £5 for adults and £1 for children, with under fives going free. Parking on the showfield is £3, and free parking will be available nearby. Gates open at 9.30am.