The Royal Bath & West Show is planning to mark its 150th anniversary this May by celebrating its Victorian heritage.
Organisers are appealing for couples named Victoria and Albert to come forward. They will then be special guests of the show. The couples would ideally be married, with certificates to prove their names.
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Organisers of the Royal Bath and West Show have unveiled new events for this year's event - their 150th anniversary.
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis is going to be putting on a 20 minute show in the main arena to help them celebrate.
He has got involved because his family have been farming nearby for 148 years - just two years less than the show itself.
He is keeping the details a secret but says it will be a typically wacky, Glastonbury-style spectacle.
The show is taking place at the Royal Bath & West Showground at Shepton Mallet from 29 May - 1 June
Organisers of the Royal Bath and West Show say its been a great success. There were fears that attendance would suffer as it wasn't held in half term but they say numbers on Saturday made up for it.
Groups of schoolchildren were allowed in free and many of them got their first experience of farming life.
It's the second day of The Royal Bath and West show in Somerset - the largest agricultural show in the country. Today, there will be a cider competition as well as 600 trade stands and traditional livestock competitions.
Thousands of people are heading to the Bath and West show today. It’s one of the biggest agricultural events in the country and the only four-day show left in Britain.
The showground covers 240 acres, including car parks, and there are seven hundred trade stands. It's been held at Shepton Mallet since 1965.
150,000 visitors are getting ready to head to Shepton Mallet for this year’s Royal Bath and West Show.
The four day extravaganza will be a celebration of the great British countryside and farming.
Around 700 trade stands are set up and ready to showcase their wares.