A TRADITIONAL village show which continues to grow each year is celebrating reaching its 10th anniversary.

Horsley Village Show is held in the Lion and Lamb pub this Saturday starting at midday.

One of the organisers, Hazel Holliday, said: “The show really started as a garden club for garden entries and fruit and veg.

“But it has grown to include crafts, recycled materials and photography from the local area.”

She explained that there would also be children’s entries including a Lego model, an animal made from veg and a favourite recipe category.

Growing in popularity every year are the baking classes, including jams and chutneys, a Victoria sponge made to a specific recipe and others such as chocolate cake and scones.

Money raised through a Tombola will pay for trees to be planted in the village, while funds from a cake sale will go to a local charity.

Hazel added: “We try to include not just garden club members but everybody around the village too.

“This year we have handed out sunflowers around the village for people to enter into the tallest sunflower competition.

“We get visitors and people bring their friends and family too which is great.”