Little Ellingham is the place to be for all things vintage and farming this weekend

Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show is being held this weekendImages from Saturday's fun

Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show is being held this weekendImages from Saturday's fun - Credit: Archant

Marvellous machines from decades gone are on display at the Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show this weekend.

Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show is being held this weekendImages from Saturday's fun

Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show is being held this weekendImages from Saturday's fun - Credit: Archant

Now in its 14th year, the show, taking place off Rocklands Road includes demonstrations of steam threshing, steam-wood sawing, steam stone crushing and road making.

Vintage cars, bikes and military vehicles are on display, and there are tractor and trailer rides on offer.

The show features tractor displays including ploughing and match ploughing.

There is a display of sugar beet harvesting through the ages as well as vintage cars, motorcycles and military and commercial vehicles.

Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show is being held this weekendImages from Saturday's fun

Little Ellingham Vintage Working Show is being held this weekendImages from Saturday's fun - Credit: Archant

Trade and craft stands will give visitors a chance to buy gifts and souvenirs. The Eastern Counties Heavy Horse Society will also be there, showing how horse ploughing was done in previous years.

Breckland Land Rover club will be demonstrating the capabilities of their vehicles on an off-road track.

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Tonight Attleborough singer/songwriter Danny James will perform in a beer tent.

Last year, the show raised almost £7,000 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Entry to the vintage working show costs £5 tomorrow.

The show was set up by the Baker family on their farm after a family member was helped by the air ambulance.

Bethany Baker said that today has gone well and that bigger crowds were expected tomorrow.

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