Over 20 of Pembrokeshire's top hospitality and tourism providers will be highlighting their attractions to the county show crowds.

Under the banner of Promoting Pembrokeshire on your Doorstep, local trade organisation Pembrokeshire Tourism will have a major presence at the show in its marquee alongside the Landsker Business Zone.

"Pembrokeshire really has something for everyone - whatever the weather or whatever the season - and our marquee will give just a taste of this," said Pembrokeshire Tourism's chief executive, Alison Belton.

Places to stay, ranging from luxury accommodation to rural retreats; things to do and places to visit will be showcased in the marquee, with therapists on hand to offer relaxing treatments.

Tenby's Silent World aquarium will be bringing along baby seahorses to fascinate adults and children, art products from the Raul Speek Gallery at St Davids will be on show, while the Really Wild Festival will be giving an insight into edibles from Pembrokeshire's hedgerows.

Also in the marquee to welcome locals and visitors alike will be representatives from Visit Wales, Celtic Haven, Newport Golf Club, St Brides Spa Hotel, Celtic Quest Coasteering, the National Trust, Scolton Manor, Torch Theatre, Retreats Group. St Brides Bay Cottages, Celtic Holiday Parks, Farm Stay Group, Walkalongway/Clerkenhill, Ivybush Spa Retreat, Newgale YMCA, Wolfscastle Country Hotel and Gallu.

The show will also see the announcement of category finalists in the prestigious Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards, and this will be made on the Wednesday by Visit Wales tourism director Jonathan Jones, during a VIP reception in the marquee