PEOPLE flocked in their droves to the annual treat that is the Burwarton Show.

Famers and families from the city mingled in the event that marks the height of summer in south Shropshire.

Show jumping, carriage driving and the Sqibb Freestyle stunt team were on a packed agenda in the main ring.

The day also included Young Farmers Tug Of War and a Shetland Pony Grand National.

Heavy horses provide a look back to a bygone age and there was also a display of some of the vintage tractors that replaced the equine beasts of burden on the farm.

There were many trade stands and visitors were spoilt for choice for the best food and drink.

Children were not left out with plenty to do and view including a fancy-dress display in the main ring.

There were craft demonstrations and music and other entertainment on the ‘village green.’

However, alongside all the fun and games, there was the serious business of judging some of the best livestock with experts from all over the country.

Rain in the days before the show and showers on the day failed to dampen the enthusiasm of visitors and exhibitors.