CURDRIDGE County Show is set to return this month with a packed day of entertainment for all.

The Big Noise Community Samba Band will entertain the crowds along with vintage car and falconry displays.

The line up includes soprano singer Jennifer Parker-Lummis, a dance and music performance by Curdridge Primary School and a display by Fair Oak Dog Agility.

There will also be plenty of audience fun and games with The Mint Yard Fitness Studio and the popular dog show Dog Factor.

For a chance to win a £500 cash prize, a Nintendo Switch, an iPad and many more fantastic prizes, buy your ticket from the grand draw stall on show day or just £1.

There is a Horticultural Show which all the family can enter for a chance to win a certificate or a trophy.

Activities on the show-ground include a bungee trampoline, pony rides, ferret racing, inflatables, a tea-cup ride, an activity tent for younger children, sand-art and archery.

Budding photographers can enter a contest to win a £25 voucher from a store of your choice.

Refreshments include Hog Roast, Burgers, a selection of goodies from the Tea Ten and ice cold beverages from the Curdridge Cricket Club Pavilion Bar. Treat yourself to a scrumptious Cream Tea or enjoy a Purbeck ice cream or a Pimms, Prosecco or craft cider.

A barn dance led by Bursledon Village Ban follows in the evening.

The 62nd annual show is in aid of the Curdridge Reading Room and recreational grounds where it takes place.

Join the fun on Saturday July 13 from 11am.

Entry is £6 for adults and £4 for concessions with a family ticket £15.