IN PICTURES: Sun shines down on Wrangle Show

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The annual Wrangle Show saw the sun shining on crowds when it took place on Sunday.

The show’s programme featured performances by the Jason Smythe Adrenaline Tour Motorcycle Stunt Show and Wymondham Falconry Display, as well as a dog and duck demonstration.

One of the organisers Julie Danby said: “It was one of the best shows yet.

“We had a really big crowd and a lovely day.”

It is estimated that more than 2,500 people attended the day.

The show also saw displays from classic cars and other vintage vehicles, and also included companion dog shows, model boats and donkey rides.

Visitors were entertained by performances from groups such as Boston Gymnastic Academy and the Dream Belles.

Wrangle Show began in the late 1800s with ploughing matches and a week-long plough show. It has grown considerably since then.

Money raised from the show goes back into next year’s event and has also helped the village in a number of ways, most recently through the purchase of a new defibrillator at Wrangle Parish Hall.

Standard photographer Nick Johnson visited the show to get pictures of the