A three-day celebration of steam returns to a 170-acre site on the Norfolk and Suffolk border this month.

The Weeting Steam Engine Rally & Country Show is back at Fengate Farm in the village, near Brandon and Thetford, from Friday, July 19 to Sunday, July 21 2024.

It will be open from 10am to 5pm and there is free parking, with dogs welcome on leads.

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The show was started in 1968 by Richard Parrott, who is today the rally chairman, and it has grown a lot since then. 

The fairground at the Weeting Steam Engine Rally & Country ShowThe fairground at the Weeting Steam Engine Rally & Country Show (Image: Supplied)

There will be more than 90 full-size steam engines at the 2024 event, with demonstrations including ploughing, wood sawing, thrashing and stone crushing.

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There will also be a variety of 1940s vehicles to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day, including tractors and fire engines. 

Alongside this, expect a trade area with more than 80 stalls, a fairground, model train rides, a craft and food marquee, bars, a restaurant and much more. 

Book tickets to the show at weetingrally.co.uk - under 16s enter for free.