The highly popular Fife Show is expected to attract thousands of visitors when it takes place near Cupar tomorrow.
Run by Fife Agricultural Association, the long running event will provide an insight into the local rural scene and at the same time offer attractions for all the family.
The layout at Kinloss, just off the main Cupar-Perth road, is designed to allow visitors a close look at farm animals along with current and vintage agricultural machinery.
Over the last few years the Fife Show has grown to take in the wider environment and related countryside issues.
There will be an Education Tent which will include environmental organisations, and a Cookery Marquee featuring cooks and produce from all over Fife.
Rural businesses will have the opportunity to promote themselves and host partners from Fife Farmers Market and the Made in Fife Crafts group, and there will also be a mini Game Fair.
In addition the show works closely with the SRUC Elmwood Campus, with the college hospitality team manning the cookery marquee.
The Fife Agricultural Association is a registered charity, with an educational remit enshrined within its constitution.
The show will run from 8.30am to 5pm.It can be found on the A913, half a mile NW of Cupar, and routes will be signposted
Entry prices are adult £10, concession £5, with children under 14 FREE
Parking is also free
See website at htpp://www.fifeshow.com
The photograph shows farmer Robert Stewart, of Falside and the St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company