Famed for showcasing all things tractor, truck, trade, and more, the Tractor World Show is set to return to the Three Counties Showground.

Slated for Saturday, 24 and Sunday, February 25, the two-day event promises an even bigger array of exhibits, trade stands and displays.

Organised by Kelsey Media, this year's show features an expanded 'miniature model' section, housing a collection of model tractors and engines as well as supplies for modelers to take home with them.


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Regular visitors are in for a treat as the customary exhibits fill all three large exhibition halls and outdoor areas in the showground.

Included are vintage, veteran and classic tractors, stationary engines, classic commercial vehicles and vans, a classic JCB display, Land Rovers, historic farm machinery, and agricultural heritage displays.

The show times are 9am-5pm on Saturday and 9am-3pm on Sunday.

A range of regional and national club stands will also be on show, including trade stalls, model and toy retailers, tools and garage equipment, tyres, workwear, clothing, book and gifts.

Fans of vintage horticultural and gardening equipment are also catered to, with a variety of classic and modern ride-on mowers also on display.

Agricultural auctioneers H J Pugh & Co returns to preside over the auction on Saturday, with hundreds of lots expected consisting of tractors and other vehicles.

Sunday welcomes back the popular Classic Commercials Drive-In Day.

Attendees will be spoilt for choice food-wise, with the showground housing two heated restaurants, a coffee lounge, and various outdoor catering stands.

Cash machines are also available on site.

The venue is accessible, with brown sign posts from all major routes.

There's free admission for children under 15 years old, free parking, disabled, coach and camping facilities, and even dog-friendly areas.

Early-bird visitor admission tickets, with up to 20 per cent discounts, are on sale on the show's website.