Day one of Stroud Show has not disappointed with beautiful weather attracting a steady crowd to watch record horse events and the dog trials.
Saturday is shaping up to be a big day with lawnmower racing, wife-carrying championships, a demolition derby and a fireworks finale.
Show President James Harris said last year the show saw 4700 people come through the gates on the Saturday.
“That’s not a bad crowd from a town with a population of 700 people,” he said.
The show has a full program of events including dog trials, post splitting, beef cattle, poultry, pig racing, rides and amusements and traditional pavilion exhibits.
Check out more details on the show’s website here.