This year’s show – sponsored by Middlesbrough College – takes place in the town’s historic Stewart Park on Saturday, July 25, from 9am to 5pm.
Other attractions include The Highmoor Bloodhounds, Yorkshire’s first pack of Bloodhounds who promote and pursue the sport of hunting a human quarry with a pack of bloodhounds bred and trained specifically for the purpose.
There will also be craft and trade stands, vintage machinery, a military show, Crows Fair, show jumping, Cleveland Clever Canines, cat and dog shows, ferret racing and all the regular large and small animal classes.
This year’s show will also see the return of the popular Children’s Fun and Education Zone, courtesy of Parkway Day Nursery with fun free events all day.
Show organisers would like to thank main sponsors Middlesbrough College, Askham Bryan College, the Parkway Day Nursery, Jennings Motor Group, RMB Toyota and Lexus Teesside. BBC Tees are once again the event’s official broadcasting partner.
Admission is £6 adults, £4 children and OAPs, and £15 for a family ticket (two adults, two children). Free parking.