Despite the wet weather the region has entailed recently, Westmorland County Show is going ahead.
Founded in 1799 and now in it's 213th year, the show is one of the largest and oldest one-day shows in the country.
The main attraction is the livestock competitions, with sections including cattle, sheep, goats, horses, pigs and poultry.
There's also marquees for The Women's Institute, Learning for Life, Crafts from Cumbria, as well as a local produce food hall and over 350 trade stands.
South Lakes MP Tim Farron is launching a "Fair Deal for Dairy Farmers" campaign at this years show.
He'll be asking residents to support his campaign with the NFU to secure the long term future of the dairy industry.
The show is based at Lane Farm, Crooklands near Kendal and gates open at 8am.
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