FOR the first time in 20 years, Honley Show will feature a pigs section.
They will be making a comeback at the June 10 event, which is also promising several new events.
A show spokeswoman said: "We have decided to bring back the pig section as a direct result of public demand.
"We are expecting extremely high numbers of entrants and we plan to hold the event in a marquee to provide essential cover for the animals throughout the day.
"Moreover, we have been very fortunate to recruit one of the UK's top pig judges, Mr P Brier from Ilkley, the Chairman of the Modern Breeds Committee of the British Pig Association, who judged at the Yorkshire Show last year."
This year's show will also feature a new competition offering a prize for carved thumbsticks.
The organisers are expecting a large entry in this section.
Thumbsticks is an ancient craft originally practised by countrymen, especially shepherds. Using natural materials, craftsmen carve a long walking stick, but with a `Y' shaped head, designed to fit the user's thumb.
Honley Show will be held on Farnley Moor at Farnley Tyas on Saturday, June 10.