Do you know a Land Rover fan? There's only one place they need to be this summer - the Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza.

This, the Stroud Vintage Transport and Engine Club (SVTEC) Annual Show, is running from August 4-6 and it is displaying more than 50 unmodified Land Rovers dating from the 1940s to the 1990s.

Taking place at South Cerney Airfield in Cirencester, the show is one of the UK's biggest steam, vintage and countryside events.

The show pays tribute to the unmodified Land Rover in its various forms. The iconic vehicle represents solid rugged reliability and dependability, making its presence felt in some of the most hostile and demanding terrain. It is without doubt the original multi-purpose vehicle, being found everywhere from Helmand to Hertfordshire.

The Scottish Farmer:

Land Rover’s secret lay in its versatility, making it the ideal vehicle for adaptation to a particular role, be that with the local farmer or fighting alongside the army in some of the most inhospitable parts of the world.

Ever since the birth of the show in the 1970s, commercial vehicles and Unmodified Land Rovers have played an integral part of the show and the section this year has grown even more, with a record number of over 300 vehicles preparing for the event - including more than 50 Land Rovers spanning 50 years of production.

Eagle-eyed visitors will also be able to spot the vehicle in a variety of guises in various other sections. 

The Scottish Farmer:

SVTEC chairman, Martyn Slater, said: "Our goal is to give the best value for money family day out in Gloucestershire, with something for all of the family to enjoy. Whilst the show has evolved a lot, the mission remains the same - to inform, educate, celebrate and preserve our unique transport heritage."

There will be around 200 tractors on show, too, alongside more than 1,000 classic cars from before and after World War II.

Throughout the 200 acre site, visitors will also be able to see more than 300 classic motorbikes and scooters, more than 80 classic American cars, 30 visiting car clubs, 70 bicycles from 1892-1980, 30 miniature steam engines, 80 stationary engines, 70 full size steam engines, model engineering, more than 70 buses and coaches, 130 military vehicles, 315 emergency and commercial vehicles, 70 industrial trucks and plant machinery, 50 vintage caravans and over 50 model aircraft taking to the sky above.

The Scottish Farmer:

There are live steam engine demonstations but, on the other end of the scale, there is also a countryside arena which stars birds of prey flying demonstations, ferret racing, rare breeds, shire horses, horse logging, reptiles and bee hive making.

There are plenty of food and drink options and a vintage fairground and a massive trade stand.

The closing date to enter a Land Rover to display at the show is June 1. Check the website for more information