THOUSANDS of people flocked to the 141st Great Harwood Argricultural Show to enjoy a sunny but windy Bank Holiday Monday.
The annual event was held at the Showground, possibly for the last time as growing competitor and visitor demand is forcing the show to move to a larger site.
There was plenty of entertainment on offer with all the regular competitions - horses, sheep, cattle, rabbits, dogs and poultry.
Entries in all the categories were up on last year with many entrants travelling from all over the country.
Special attractions included a display by Barn Owl Bill who presented a flying and handling display with his team from Lancashire Owls and Birds of Prey and after the display he allowed visitors to hold and pet the birds.
There was also fair ground rides, a show jumping demonstration by a spanish riding school, a children's craft workshop, a climbing wall, bouncy castles, a tug of war competition, ferret racing and a Romany Fortune Teller.
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