A huge crowd packed out Newark Showground today (Saturday) for the Nottinghamshire County Show.
The day was bathed in sunshine and, in the afternoon, there wasn’t a bottle of water or can of pop left at any of the catering facilities.
There were exhibits, performances and activities in abundance.
Trade stands were thronged with people and shade was at premium.
The show, curtailed from two days to one, due to the pandemic, and returning after a two-year absence, was a throw back very much to its agricultural roots.
Firm favourites such as the showjumping, livestock classes and the South Notts Hunt were joined by YFC lawnmower racing and celebrations of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The stirring sound of the RAF’s only remaining airworthy second world war Lancaster bomber will filled the skies too.
To see the event in pictures in full, and perhaps spot yourself, see the Advertiser online Monday.