Organisers of the Heytesbury Agricultural Show have made the decision to cancel next year's event.
Secretary Linda White said it was a hard decision to make, with the show set to be held for the 86th time in February.
"It was a tough call to make," Mrs White said.
"We've made the decision because of the planning that goes into it."
In addition to that, the committee decided it would be difficult for businesses and sponsors to support the event like they have in the past.
The event, which is held in Simpson, usually attracts a crowd of between 1200 and 1300 people.
"It's been a pivotal part of our community for many years," Mrs White said.
"We will be planning to come back in 2022 for a bigger and better show."
The committee shared the news in a post on the show's Facebook page.
"This decision was not taken lightly as we all know how important the Show is to our local community," the post states.
"The ongoing and evolving nature of the Covid-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our members, volunteers and the wider community, and Covid-19 restrictions and compliance measures were all pivotal points in our decision.
"The committee would like to thank all of our valued sponsors, advertisers, trade stand operators, and community members for their continued support of our show, and we are looking forward to being back bigger and better in 2022."
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