Finishing touches are being put together for the upcoming three-day Royal Bath & West Show.

The event will take place between May 30 to June 1, with His Majesty King Charles III announced as the new patron of the Royal Bath & West of England Society.

This year's highlights will see the return of the revamped Horticulture Village with another Pop-Up Gardens Competition focusing on sensory awareness and sustainable living.

ITV’s ‘Love Your Garden’ David Domoney will be available to answer horticulture questions, alongside fruit and vegetable growing expert Jess Gough (Happy Smalholding) and Lara from the ‘Skool Beanz’ children’s gardening club.

Somerset County Gazette: The event will take place between May 30 to June 1

The Woodland and Countryside Arena also returns with a repeat performance from the Dorset Axemen.

The Great British Kitchen will feature Rachel Khoo, Clodagh McKenna, Rosemary Shrager, and Andy Clarke for food lovers.

The newly introduced 'Bark & West' will cater to the increase in pet ownership, incorporating trade stands, agility rings, and displays from show favourites Pawsability Dog Agility.

Main ring entertainment will consist of the traditional Pony Club Games and Jamie Squibb's Freestyle motorbike displays.

The Sports Village and Lakeside Farm will also have plenty of family activities.

Love Island’s Farmer Will will make an appearance and The Wurzels will put up a performance.

VIP upgrades, VIP parking, exclusive merchandise, and tickets to the bus service from Wells and Shepton Mallet are now available.

Tickets are accessible at