THE annual show celebrating Camborne's rural heritage returns to Gwealavellan Farm field on Saturday, July 20.

The Camborne Show was set up by the Holman family in 1941 with the help and support of local farmers. The visitors numbers have grown increasingly since Camborne Recreational Ground first staged the original event. Camborne Rugby Club have also hosted the show in previous years.

The historic event will see both the traditional horse show and cattle section once again be popular features, while a fun dog show is due to take place with the help of dog welfare charity K9 Crusaders.

Caged birds will be present in the Maggie Bates Memorial Show, where special rosettes are to be awarded in honour Maggie’s hard work within bird world community.

The horticulture section, in conjunction with The Kehelland Trust, will provide a selection of classes for vegetables, fruit, flowers and floral art, pot plants and creative children's classes.

The domestic section is offering a variety of classes too, including baking, crafts such as knitting and woodwork, photography, and a selection of team classes.

Vintage cars, tractors, motorcycles and stationary engines will be exhibited at the event that is celebrating it’s 80th show.

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