Tasmania's longest continually running agricultural show will keep its title in 2020.
The Campbell Town Show will hold an event on December 5, in a COVID-safe format.
It has bucked the trend of many other events on the agricultural show circuit, which have been cancelled entirely this year.
A statement from the Midland Agricultural Association stated a series of show events will be held in conjunction with the Tasmanian Stud Merino Breeders multi vendor sale.
It will allow the Midlands Agricultural Association to keep the title of the longest running agricultural show in the southern hemisphere.
Events include: a wool competition, an exhibition hall with a Christmas theme, to make the most of the festive season and a yard dog show.
Equine events were hoping to be held, however organisers regret to announce after consideration they will not be held.
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It was hoped a scaled down version of equine events could be held safely, but the time and organisation to ensure it could adhere to COVID regulations made it unviable to continue.
All fleeces other than New England for the remaining classes are to be delivered to the show grounds by November 23.
Fleece collection will be on December 6.
Entry to the showgrounds will be free, but the Midlands Agricultural Association reserve the right to restrict the number of entrants to adhere to COVID regulations.