THOUSANDS of people took advantage of the great weather and turned out in force to enjoy Cleveland Show.
Organisers made a few minor tweaks to the annual show and they proved to be a huge success.
With the a constant supply of entertainment in the main ring, from birds of prey demonstrations and a quadbike stunt show, their was something for all.
The horse sections and show jumping had their own ring this year which proved popular with riders and spectators.
Show secretary Val Thomson said: "It has been a fantastic year and we are hoping that it will have been as successful as last years number of visitors. We made a few changes to the programme and in the show ring which seem to be been really popular.
"The new children's area has been very busy and looks to have a good addition to the event."
As well as sheep and cattle being on show there was plenty of poultry and goats on display as well as ferrets and rats.
The horticultural section saw a good show of fruit and vegetables, while entrants in the cacti and succulent groups were well represented in the show tents.
Louise Blackwell, who was at the show with her two young children, said: "The show has been really good, the kids enjoyed he play area as well as being able to get close to the animals. The weather has certainly helped make it a good day."
Kevin Taylor was there with his five-year-old son Ethan. He said: "There has been plenty to do all day and he has loved seeing the helicopter and watching the stunt show."