One of the region's largest annual shows has come around again and I went along to see what was going on. Parked in a field away from the show, I followed the steady stream of people to the entrance. Once inside I headed towards the competition marquees to look at the exhibits created by the young, old and those of all ages in between.
The children's creations always make me smile and this year they didn't disappoint me. There were farm vehicles made from vegetables and paintings on the theme of a walk through a farmyard.
There were also some lovely trees made by school children and brownies. I particularly liked the fir cones which had been turned in to owls and all the other creatures dotted along the branches.
My favourite children's category has to be aliens or monsters created out of vegetables.
Adult categories included cross stitch, sewing, crochet, knitting and patchwork as well as lots of beautifully iced cakes.
I've seen the Kings and Queens of England cross stitch online and had no idea that it is so big.
What a great idea with the olympics in Rio virtually upon us. Let's wish for record gold, silver and bronze medals for Team Great Britain.
I went a bit over the top last year taking pictures at this show so I've only taken photos of a fraction of what was on display this year because I wanted to get outside to see other things.
The food stalls were busy and all you could smell was a combination of hog roasts, burgers, chips and sausages. Plenty of people were enjoying the shade of a huge horse chestnut tree whilst they ate their lunch.
Tractors were being paraded about, with more on display further down the field.
People were quite happy to sit and just watch what was going on in the show area as I continued towards the livestock.
On my way there I came across this man who looked quite at home sitting on the side of an old sawing contraption.
All the livestock looked immaculate so many hours must have been put in to preparing them for the show. I was besotted with some of the sheep and wanted to take this little cutie home with me.
By now the white fluffy clouds and sunshine of earlier on in the day had been replaced by threatening skies so I headed towards the arts and crafts marquees.
Inside the first one I found a stall selling embroidered and crochet edged items such as table cloths and pillow cases. I had a good look around but didn't buy anything before I moved on to the next marquee in which there were even more pretty things to look at.
This stall called VIDA caught my eye because I thought I recognised some of the knitted animals. They look like the gorgeous little cotton rabbits and friends which are designed by Julie Williams. I had a lovely conversation with the stallholder who has indeed used Julie's patterns to make and sell rabbits, bears, cats, mice, elephants, foxes and monkeys. They take nine hours each to make in a soft cotton and the stallholder was selling them for only £12 so I snapped one up.
Well, in the absence of that cute little lamb, I had to have something to take home with me, didn't I?