Thousands of people descended on Lincolnshire Showground last week for the annual county show.
The Lincolnshire Show took place over the course of Wednesday and Thursday, with a wide variety of stands, displays and competitions on offer.
Visitors to day one of the show also got to see a nationally acclaimed life-size sculpture showing seven WW1 fire fighters blinded by gas being led to medical help.
There was also chance to see First World War history reenactors and vehicles from both world wars and the present day.
Highlights included visitors taking part in their very own tea party, celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday, with live performers playing music throughout the day.
More than 600 traders and exhibitors showcased their products, which included handbags, hot tubs, mowers, muck spreaders and candles.
Lincolnshire County Council hosted its good citizen awards at the show, with winners receiving their awards from the leader of Lincolnshire County Council Coun Martin Hill and chairman of Lincolnshire County Council, Coun Martin Trollope-Bellew.
Standard photographer David Dawson was at the show to get some pictures.
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