ALWAYS a popular attraction, the West Fife Show returns this Saturday for another day of fun-filled activities and shows.

The historic event dates back 250 years, making it one of Scotland’s oldest agricultural shows.

The annual event takes place at Easter Bucklyvie near Crossgates and there will be a range of events for everybody to enjoy.

These include the traditional cattle, sheep, goats, Clydesdales and Light Horse competitions, as well as the dog show. You can even bring your own dog along to take part.

For those more interested in mechanical beasts, the West Fife Agricultural Show will have various tractors and equipment on display.

There will also be a craft marquee where local vendors and businesses will be showing off their products.

Children can pet baby animals and youngsters will get the chance to spend some time with the animals, as well as do some hands-on activities, before heading off for a drive in the kids’ tractor area.

Other events include an open produce show, falconry display, tractor football, inflatable tractor and bouncy castle, face painting, magician, storyteller and cookery demonstrations.

There will also be food and drink vendors present throughout the day.

Tickets for the show on Saturday can be purchased from the show's website.

Gates open to the public at 8.30am and it finishes around 5pm.