MS Research is taking the opportunity to demonstrate the latest techniques and treatments for the disease at their stand.
Doctor Rosemary Jones said: “Shows like this are a great way to convey what we do to a wide audience.
“Once diagnosed, people with MS face a daily battle against symptoms such as muscle weakness, painful spasms, mobility loss, fatigue, tremor and bladder problems and visual impairment. It is our aim to make people feel more comfortable and to find ways to combat these effects. At the show we will be displaying ways we can do this.
“We would love people to come and see us on Row 5 at the show (near the café). Whether you have links or a particular interest in MS or if you are simply curious about what we do, come up and say hello!”
As well as the MS Research stand the show will feature a stunt motorcycle display team, The Red Devils, a food and drink hall, the equestrian village and livestock competitions.
Tickets for the show are still available costing £4.80 for children and £15.30 for adults. Group and family tickets can also be purchased. For more information visit http://www.threecounties.co.uk/