The Bicker Steam Threshing and Classic Car Show returns for its 30th year celebrations.
The two-day show will take place on September 10 and September 11 on Silver Hill Field, with lots to do for all ages.
A spokesman said: “The event has a core of people who have been with us since the first one, and we have now got some very enthusiastic young people helping us.”
There will be a petting corner with piglets, giant tortoises, a potty parrots refuge and a dog agility case for able pooches.
Children can also have their faces painted, try their hand at archery and play on a bouncy castle and children’s rides.
Vehicle lovers can feast their eyes upon traction engines, working farm machinery and vintage cars, tractors and motorcycles.
The RAF Battle of Britain display will make an appearance in the skies, and there will be much more on the day including various stalls.
Worry not, as food and drinks are on sale throughout the day.
Head over and sample some Manor Farm delights at their pop up shop or head to Yorkshire Dales for ice-cream. John Tooley is there for sweet lovers, cream tees and sandwiches are served in the engine shed, and a BBQ is sure to be a hit.
Over the years the show has raised over £100,000 for St Swithuns Church. Entry is £1 for children and £5 for adults. To enter your classic car or to book a stall visit: http://www.bickersteamshow.co.uk/.