DARING stunts, rare livestock performances and delicious food were among the attractions at this year’s Cotswold Show at the weekend.

The showground spanned over 40 acres in Cirencester Park with more than 250 shops, live cookery and two main arenas with interactive displays from rare breeds, farm animals, dogs and horses celebrating rural life.

A new food village was showcased which featured 40 producers in the food hall, selling a selection of foods such as charcuterie, cheese, gin and cakes.

There was also 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 also performed.

The event has been running for 33 years since 1989 and attracts thousands of visitors.

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