Crowds flocked to Friskney Show on Sunday in what is being called the biggest in its 11-year history.
There was a 1940s theme this year - with the Bannovallum Brass Band and individual singers dressed in period clothing all adding to the nostalgic feel. Co-organiser Trish Hunter said: “We had some veterans there on the day too and they were talking to the young ones all about the war. I think it was our biggest event ever.” Other attractions included a display of vintage vehicles, archery with Friskney Bowmen, a fun dog show, children’s fairground rides and Scottish Galloway Dancers.
Pictured, from left, is Jamie Bogg, five, from Croft, with Poppy the Jack Russell cross - dressed as Little Bo Peep and her sheep; Bo Howard, 10, from Spilsby, at the wheel of an Austin 7 Special with David Steels, from Candlesby; and singers from years three-six at Friskney All Saints Primary entertaining the crowds.