The 114th Farndale Show took place on August Bank Holiday Monday.

The show attracted visitors from near and far.

A spokesperson said: "The weather stayed fine and everyone had a lovely day out .

"While Farndale is one of the smaller shows in the County, it is a traditional Dales Show which always punches above its weight both in terms of exhibits and visitors. It is held in beautiful surroundings nestling in a green valley surrounded by heather clad moorland at the heart of the North York Moors National Park.

"The show features ever thing you would expect from an agricultural, horticultural and industrial show.

Agricultural sections included Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Farm Produce and Stick Dressing while the Equestrian Classes include both Ridden and In Hand classes as well as a Gymkhana.

There was also a Fur and Feather Marquee with Rabbit, Cavies, and Pigeons and in the Horticultural Marquee Flowers, Plants and Vegetables.

A spokesperson said: "Along with all the usual competitions there was a hotly contested tug of war competition and very popular children's hobby horse racing.

"There were a record number of trade stands , the Bilsdale silver Band and Jelly Roll Jazz band provided the music .

"The day rounded off with the traditional game of quoits, won by Michelle Fawbert the first Female Champion."

The famous Farndale Calendar was also launched at the show which raises money for Farndale Village Hall.