The Surrey Heath Show returns to Frimley Lodge Park for its eleventh year on Saturday.

It runs from 10am to 4pm in the park at Frimley Green, Mytchett.

More than 8,000 people flocked to last year's 10th anniversary event.

This year will see the return of long-standing favourite the Companion Dog Show - with entries for all classes open from 11am. Judging starts at noon.

Radio Frimley Park will be the host of the arena which will see a variety of displays throughout the day including the Bezerkaz Circus, Arena Leisure Centre and Phoenix and Redz Performing Arts.

The Bootworks Theatre Company will also be part of the arena events with a very special jukebox.

Organised by Bob Potter, the classic car show returns. There will also be performances from the Farnborough Concert Band of the Royal British Legion and Professor Dill’s Punch and Judy Show.

The show's own barbecue will be offering burgers, hot dogs and bacon rolls. There will be a wide range of stalls showcasing local businesses, community groups and charities.

Fun fairground rides will keep the children entertained and Surrey Fire and Rescue will also be there with a fire engine or two.

Explore the rest of the park by taking a ride on the miniature railway and if you see the Show's mascot Spike The Hedgehog don't forget to say hello. Each year the Surrey Heath Show distributes some of its proceeds to local charities and community groups. In 2017 over £10,000 was given out to help fund some of their projects. The Show is sponsored by The Massage Company and Arena Leisure Centre. The event is free to attend with car parking for the day £5.