Full details have been announced about the return of one of the most popular events in the Cotswolds. 

This year's Cotswold Show is being held at Cirencester Park on July 2 and 3, and the full list of attractions has now been confirmed.

There will be a range of entertainment in the show's main arena, with the UK’s leading freestyle mountain bike stunt team, Savage Skills, providing BMX displays. The Ben Atkinson Action Horses will also be performing. 

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The annual Sheep Show performance will see nine different sheep breeds on stage, with a discussion of their differences in character, size and wool taking place while the sheep dance to music. 

After every performance there is the opportunity to ask questions and meet the animals, including all sixteen golden retrievers who are part of the Southern Golden Retriever Obedience Group performing in the Apsley Arena.

The dog fun run is scheduled to run all weekend for all dogs, from pups to veterans. 

Traditional countryside crafts will be on offer, with beekeepers, blacksmiths, weavers and lacemakers all in attendance. 

This year’s Food Festival will feature forty producers in the food hall, selling a selection of foods such as charcuterie, cheese, gin and cakes. 

The cookery theatre will be presenting demonstrations all weekend. Featuring the Bucks Brothers Gin mixology day, MasterChef finalist Koj, who specialises in Japanese cuisine, as well as welcoming  back Tommy’s Street Kitchen featuring food from all around the world.

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The Cotswold Show has been running since 1989 and attracts thousands of visitors.

This year it will be open from 9am-6pm on the Saturday and 9am-5pm on the Sunday. 

Early bird tickets are available until 12pm on Friday, July 1. They cost £12 and are free for under 12s when accompanied by an adult. 

Tickets on the gate will be £15 (free for under 12s).

For more details about the show go to cotswoldshow.co.uk