Video. More than 50,000 people are planning to enjoy the sunshine - we hope - and more at the annual Royal County of Berkshire Show. Penny Silvester reports.
Video. More than 50,000 people will be heading to Newbury over the next two days to enjoy the Berkshire Show. Visitors can see everything from chickens to llamas, craft displays to hot air balloons. For farmers, it is the shop window for their livestock.
Penny Silvester has been to see how some have been getting their animals ready. She spoke to Terry Perkins, a cattle farmer, Caroline Hadley, a chicken breeder and Ian Lawrence, a pig farmer.
Thousands of animals are being preened ahead of this weekend's Royal County of Berkshire show. The annual event at Newbury Showground will feature show jumping, a livestock parade as well as an RAF parachute display.
Our preview features an interview with farmer Terry Perkins from the Englefield Estate.