Thousands of people are expected to gather at the show ground in Farnley Moor for a day of family fun at Honley Show on Saturday, June 11.

There's lots to see and do, right from when the show fields open at 8.30am to when the event closes at 5pm.

Whether you like watching show jumping, or checking out the prize pigs, or just enjoying a beer in the sunshine (fingers crossed), there's something for everyone.

Here's our guide to the things not to miss at this year's Honley Show.

Stunt team

A jump by a member of the Stannage Stunt Team
A jump by a member of the Stannage Stunt Team

If you like stunts, you'll love The Stannage International Stunt Team. See the show in the Main Ring at 10.30am and again at 2.45pm. The show includes motorcycle, mountain bike and quad bike stunts. Watch out for stunts called the 'flaming high fall' and the 'exploding coffin'.

Prettiest pigs

Honley Show 2014. Alfie Holding (3) of York with his pig in the Coloured Gilt class.

Competition will be fierce as owners go head to head to win prize money for their pigs. One of the categories is 'Prettiest pig in show'. Judging starts at 10.30am.

Dog shows

Carol and Martyn Firth of Linthawite with their Lhasa Apsos (l to r) Lovis, Lillie and Leela Honley Show 13/06/15 (Pic by John Rushworth)

From terriers to toy dogs, these events are as popular as ever. In the gundog category there are cocker spaniels, labrador retrievers, springer spaniels and, new to the show this year, bracco Italiano. In the pastoral section there are border collies and various sheepdog. After lunch, watch out for the junior handling competitions for those aged between six and 16. There's £50 prize money for the Best in Show.

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All things equine

Honley Show - showjumping on fields at Farnley Moor

Show jumping commences at 9am prompt in Ring 3 and should not be missed. There are various showing classes in Ring 1, followed by heavy horse classes at 2pm and open gymkhana classes at 3.30pm. There are donkey classes in Ring 4 from 2pm.

Popular poultry

Honley Show on their show fields at Farnley Moor.A young visitor is fascinated with the birds on display in the poultry tent.
Honley Show on their show fields at Farnley Moor.A young visitor is fascinated with the birds on display in the poultry tent.

These strutting beauties are popular with children and grown-ups alike. There will be bantams on show as well as egg classes, large poultry and waterfowl. Be sure to chat to the competitors about their beautiful birds.