This year's Liskeard Show is set to return on July 13, organisers have announced.
More than 6, 500 people attended last year's show, which was postponed until September due to bad weather over the summer months.
Organisers said it was a great success and profits made from the event were donated to local charities and organisations including the Liskeard Lions, Liskeard Round Table, Precious Lives Appeal, Heartswell SW and Friends of Liskeard.
Chairman of the organising committee, Jerry Masters, said: "I am pleased that the weather was good for the 2012 show and thanks to all the hard work of the volunteers the show was a great success. Now the hard work starts all over again for next year's show."
The Liskeard and District Agricultural Association recently elected George Hocking as the new president for this year's event.
Mr hocking said: "I am honoured to have been asked to be president for this year's show and am already looking forward to the day."
The show will include a wide variety of animal displays competing for that all important "best in show."
It will also feature equestrian events, shopping areas and a range of entertainment including performances by the Jez Avery Stunt Show.
Organisers are welcoming sponsors for the event.
For more information visit www.liskeardshow.org or call 01579 342955.