Thousands are expected to attend the 154th North Somerset Agricultural Show today.
Held at Bathing Pond Fields in Wraxall, visitors can enjoy horse jumping and cattle competitions, as well as taste all the local produce the food hall has to offer.
Gates open at eight-thirty.
A Care Quality Commission spokesman said a new report into care at the home would be published later this month.
He said the body was aware of the on-going investigation at The Granary, and that it took the safety of residents extremely seriously.
A spokesman from Shaw Healthcare on behalf of the home said the allegation was being taken "extremely seriously".
Members of staff connected to the incident have since been suspended, pending the outcome of a police and our own investigation.
We acknowledge the anxiety and distress that this has caused the resident and their family and we also wanted to have the opportunity to reassure the other residents and families so have held meetings to update them on the situation and let them know that we are taking the matter extremely seriously."
A previous CQC inspection of The Granary highlighted some areas for improvement, but the care home owners say it is "unrelated to the current situation."
We are working with our multi-agency partners to look into concerns raised about the care of an elderly resident at a care home in Wraxall, North Somerset.
Officers from the public protection team are working closely with North Somerset Council adult social services."
Police have arrested two North Somerset care home staff on suspicion of assaulting and neglecting an elderly resident. The men, who have not been named, were arrested by Avon and Somerset Police following a reported incident at The Granary in Lodge Lane, in Wraxall.
Both men have been bailed and suspended from their positions pending the investigation at the home.
Organisers of the North Somerset Show say it's been a success despite the weather over the bank holiday. Thousands braved showers and muddy conditions to come to the 153rd agricultural show near Bristol.
Alexandra Lodge reports on the 153rd North Somerset Agricultural Show near Bristol. Despite the wet and muddy conditions, most events went ahead as planned. Visitors were treated to horse jumping and cattle competitions as well as a food hall offering a range of local produce.
Tim Ledbury from the North Somerset Agricultural Society says that todays show has so far been a success despite the poor weather.
A bull escaped at the North Somerset Show but didn't make it far. He was quickly caught and is now safely back in his pen.