Around thirty thousand people have spent the day soaking up the sights and sounds at one of the region's biggest agricultural shows, and for the first time, the Westmorland County Show had a royal visitor.
The Countess of Wessex was guest of honour at the show near Kendal.
As Ryan Dollard reports, the event came at the end of a summer which has been a pretty good one for Cumbria's farming industry:
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