A FANTASTIC day out is in store for all the family as the Dalry Farmers' Show gets set to return next month.

With the sunny weather we’ve seen recently, a day out is needed, and the annual Dalry Show on June 8 promises entertainment for all ages at a price that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

This year’s show, run by the Dalry Farmers' Society, sees attractions like axe-throwing, bungee-trampolining, Highland dancing, unique market stalls, and much more.

Kids under 16 have free entry to the show, free entry into the children’s classes for the industrial tent competitions, and free activities funded by the grant awarded from Dalry Parish Boundary Trust and Community Windpower.

Plenty of prizes are to be won in the industrial tent in sections such as baking, textile crafts, and kids’ art.

To enter any of the industrial tent judgings, the competition has free entry for kids and only 20p for adults and all entries need to be submitted before 10m on the day of. Prizes can also be won in the raffle and tombola.

The livestock sections give local farmers the chance to show off and have their proudest stock judged for prizes, with sheep, cattle, and horses in the running, allowing kids and adults alike to get closer to the animals we love so much.

Horseriding and jumping are also available to watch and riders of all skill levels will be competing for prizes of their own.

The Killie Flyers will be demonstrating the agility of their flyball team, and there's a prize dog show too.

All food is made by volunteers and individual businesses, making it a great way to support the community, as well as the market stalls selling handmade products.

The show starts at 10am, and ticket entry is £5, while kids under 16 get in free.

Head to Lynnholm, Kilwinning Road (set your sat-navs to KA24 4LB) where free parking will be available on-site, provided by Gareth Wilson.

For more information on the competition sections and entry, or inquiries about the show, contact the Dalry Show page on Facebook.