PICTURE GALLERY: Creatures great and small at show

Stickney Show. Members of Boston Veteran Cycle Club L-R George Littlewood with his 1819 replica hobbyhorse, Andrew West with his 1869 Bone Shaker.
Stickney Show. Members of Boston Veteran Cycle Club L-R George Littlewood with his 1819 replica hobbyhorse, Andrew West with his 1869 Bone Shaker.

All creatures, great and small, helped draw the crowds to a revamped Stickney Show.

Organisers took over the field at William Lovell Secondary School on Saturday to put on a whole host of activities - with everything from giant tortoises to tiny reptiles.

Stickney Show. L-R Grace Sharman 7 of Boston and Isabelle Sharman 8 of Sibsey (cousins).

Stickney Show. L-R Grace Sharman 7 of Boston and Isabelle Sharman 8 of Sibsey (cousins).

The main ring hosted an array of attractions. This included a sports day style event, to which all primary schools in the area were invited to attend - with Stickney coming out overall winners.

There were also displays of vintage vehicles, steam engines, craft stall and a range of charities.

Stickney Show.  Joe Young of Stickney with his 1946 Field Marshall Series 1, pictured with Nicola Foggett of Coningsby and her children Phoebe Foggett 9 and Lewis Foggett 7.

Stickney Show. Joe Young of Stickney with his 1946 Field Marshall Series 1, pictured with Nicola Foggett of Coningsby and her children Phoebe Foggett 9 and Lewis Foggett 7.

Stickney Show. Front L-R Alan Blackhorse and Dax Blackhorse 17. Back L-R Dannielle Blackhorse 10, Samantha Blackhorse, Emily Scott 12. Amaerican West family from New Bollingbroke.

Stickney Show. Front L-R Alan Blackhorse and Dax Blackhorse 17. Back L-R Dannielle Blackhorse 10, Samantha Blackhorse, Emily Scott 12. Amaerican West family from New Bollingbroke.

Stickney Show. Michelle Baker with her grandchildren L-R Ashley Ellis-Baker 10 and Harmony Ellis-Baker 6, of Stickney.

Stickney Show. Michelle Baker with her grandchildren L-R Ashley Ellis-Baker 10 and Harmony Ellis-Baker 6, of Stickney.