TURN back the clock to the farming days of old as the popular Bury Agricultural Show returns for the 76th annual year.

Burrs Country Park will once again provide the location for the event which features a fine display of farm animals as well as a stunt show and many a competition.

The Bury & District Agricultural Society show will return on Sunday, with classes for cattle, sheep, light horses and the majestic Shire horses.

The team from Jacaranda Farm will also return, bringing with them lambs, goats, ducks and chicks for children to get up close with the animals.

In the main arena there will be displays from the Area 18 Side Saddle Association, demonstrating the classic way for ladies to ride a horse.

Bury Young Farmers' Club will be on hand to provide entertainment with a range of agricultural classic games for all the family.

The Rilings family will be showing off their explosive Stunt Mania motorcycle display, jumping over obstacles and through fire, in what organisers say "is sure to be a breathtaking sight."

For the third consecutive year, the Farrier competition is back to showcase the best in the country at making horse shoes.

New for 2019 is a vintage tractor section where lovingly restored tractors will be proudly displayed, along with military vehicles and classic cars.

Visitors can also expect to see a dog show, as well as the action-packed antics of lurchers and terriers, as demonstrated by The Little Nippers dog display team.

There will be a host of Bury Market stalls pitched around the park for residents to peruse, including a large rural crafts marquee, which is also new for this year.

Each year the agricultural show helps to raise hundreds of pounds for local charities and this year is no different.

Tickets, at £9 (£7 concession), are available on the gate, or at a reduced price via skiddle.com in advance. Entry is free for children under 12.