The 134th Lincolnshire Show got off to a flying start today as an estimated 30,000 visitors descended on the Showground.
Highlights included show jumping, chainsaw sculpting as well as livestock competitions.
Over 600 traders were also on hand to peddle their wares, including Lincoln City who, for the first time, were selling their controversial home kit.
Unfortunately it wasn’t all good news, as windy weather meant that headliners the RAF Falcons were forced to cancel their parachute jump.
If you plan to attend the event tomorrow check out our super guide, as well as our list of roads to avoid and our look ahead at the weather.
Lincoln long wool sheep on show.
Cheeky pig showing off its tongue.
There was a real buzz around the show.
Big leaps at the showjumping section.
The horses were giving a good show.
Riders were showing off their skills.
Wood sculptures were making animals out of logs.
Young musician showing off her skills.
Young musician playing the violin.
Can you spot yourself at the Lincolnshire Show?
Hunting hounds on the prowl.
There were lots of dogs at the show.
Charity lives had a stall at the Lincolnshire Show.
Around 80,000 people are expected over the two days.
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