This year’s Devon County Show on May 19th, 20th and 21st promises to be an ‘entertainment extravaganza’.

Show Secretary Ollie Allen said there will be an eclectic mix of stunning arena attractions livestock competitions and local food and drink.

“The fantastic Shetland Pony Grand National will be a massive attraction in the Mole Valley Farmers main arena and, back by popular demand, will be the Bolddog Lings motocross stunt team performing their amazing, aerial stunts,” she said.

Titan the Robot will also be back entertaining crowds in the avenues while North Devon farmer David Kennard, who starred in Channel Five’s ‘Mist-Sheepdog Tales', will be entertaining visitors with his ‘Farmyard Tales’.

“The County Show is the only place in Devon where visitors will get to see all this in one day and one place!” added Ollie.

There will be hundreds of livestock, horses, dogs, rabbits, poultry, guinea pigs (cavies) and pigeon competing in classes during the three days to establish ‘the best in the West’ for 2016.

“But don’t forget the amazing food and drink, flowers and crafts, shopping and the chance to catch-up with friends.”

The Show continues to offer free entry for up to two children with one adult for entry on Saturday, May 21.

Advance tickets offer attractive savings and can be purchased online, from the ticket hotline 01392 353700 or at the Show Office at Westpoint, Clyst St Mary, Exeter.