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One of the region's oldest shows has been held for the first time since 2011.
Organisers of the Keswick Show say they're delighted with the turnout - the event was held in a new location yesterday. The show has been running since 1860 but has been affected some years by flooding.
Hannah McNulty reports.
The Keswick Show has been held for the first time since 2011.
The event had been affected by flooding and drainage works at a previous location. Thousands attended at its new site next to the A66 at Braithwaite yesterday. Organisers say they're delighted with the turnout:
Organisers have praised the 'fantastic' turnout at the first Keswick Show since 2011. The event was held in a new location, next to the A66 at Braithwaite, on Bank Holiday Monday. Previous events were hit by flooding and then drainage works had to be carried out at the old site. Show Secretary Judith Hildreth said "we didn't really know what to expect with it being off since 2011 but the crowd here has really amazed us, how many people have turned out"