Hundreds of people turned out to support the 60th annual Chacewater show
The sun shone brightly for the 60th annual Chacewater and District Horticultural and Fanciers Society show, with hundreds of visitors queuing up to see the home-made and home-grown produce on offer.
This year saw a record number of old and new entrants vie for prizes which included best knitted item, best wine and best flower exhibit.
Show secretary, Glenys Johns, said: "As usual the exhibits were varied and of excellent standard, and I think the judges had some difficult decisions to make."
Classes were judged by Mr Alistair Rivers from BBC Radio Cornwall and overall it was the female competitors who scooped the majority of first places.
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Amongst the winners were Rachel Aberdeen from Penstraze who won a cup for best needlework and Carol Richards who won a first for her potted Fuchsia and was judged the outright winner of the Bonsai, Cactus and Succulent section.
Mrs Johns said: "On behalf of the Committee I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in putting on the show, the exhibitors, judges, vice-presidents, visitors, and especially our outside helpers who turned up before show day to help get everything set up and on show day to help us keep it all running smoothly.
"We really could not keep the show going year after year without you all."