This year's English National Sheep Dog trials are to be held in North Devon for the second time.
They were held at Castle Hill Estate in Filleigh, near South Molton, back in 2009.
It was the first time the trials had been held in the area in their 100 year history.
And they will be returning this year from Friday July 19 until Sunday July 21.
Castle Hill Estate is owned by the Earl and Countess of Arran who have agreed to once again hold the national trials there.
The event is being organised by the Castle Hill Estates team along with sponsors Mole Valley Farmers. Proceeds raised from the event will go to North Devon Hospice.