The popular Roberton Show takes place on Saturday, September 6 at Scaurend Haugh, Roberton from 1pm.
Music from the Hawick Scout Band, a quilting demonstration from local, award-winning Borderline Quilter, Kay Bell, a sheep dog demonstration, children’s crafts and entertainment as well as afternoon teas, raffle, tombola, home baking and a licenced bar.
The show’s Lynn Buchan said: “We have seen our sheep entries increasing year on year, with 2013 breaking all previous records.
“This year, we have introduced the two new categories - the young handler competition and the black sheep competition: this should provide some interesting afternoon entertainment.
“Our show promises to be a great day out, whether you are a first time exhibitor, returning winner or simply coming along to enjoy the exhibits and afternoon entertainment. The day will end with an after-show BBQ starting at 5pm.”
Judging taking place from 10.30am, with the show opening to the public at 1pm. Admission is £3 for adults and entry for children is free and there is ample car parking.