A huge country show complete with motorbike display team, festival of cars, live music and food markets is coming to High Wycombe's biggest park this month.

The Bucks Town and Country Fair is coming to The Rye on June 26 and 27 - one of the first big events to be held after the easing of lockdown restrictions.

After a tough year, many will be looking forward to getting out and about again - and the country show is set to provide an array of entertainment for families.

There will be a motorbike display team, barrel racing, dog and duck shows, falconry displays, African dancers and living history displays in the main arena.

Meanwhile, the festival of cars will feature amazing vehicles on display for petrolheads to admire.

The food market area will feature cookery demonstrations with producers including Italian chef Claudio Bincoletto and others.

The festival of dogs area will also feature a charity dog show with agility and talent competitions for pet-lovers to enjoy.

There will also be circus aerial displays three times a day to the Greatest Showman, with magic shows and outdoor theatre performances - and an Abba tribute band and five other performers in the music areas.

Wrestleforce will also provide some wrestling fun and there is a special area just for kids - with petting farm, rides and Punch and Judy shows.

An avenue of rural crafters will also be demonstrating their products and selling them, while the living history village will feature archery.

The fair runs each day from 10.30am to 5.30pm.

Adult tickets are £8.50 each and children £4, but there are options for concessions and family tickets too.

Go online to www.classicfestivalstickets.co.uk to book.