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Organisers of the 129th Lincolnshire Show have hailed this year’s two-day event as a great success with an estimated 60,000 people visiting.
There were 600 shopping stands, more than 2500 animals, and thousands of people at the main ring.
There's been a Royal visitor in Lincoln today, as Sophie, the Countess of Wessex attended the Lincolnshire Show.
Her Royal Highness spent the day at the showground for day two of the event alongside thousands of visitors. Organisers say early indications are that attendance figures this year have been as good, if not better, than last year.
The Countess of Wessex, has been mingling with the crowds at the Lincolnshire Show today, as organisers say attendance figues appear to be as good if not better than usual.
Her Royal Highness arrived by helicopter this morning, and has been shown the livestock at the show as well as the horses. The Countess has also been amongst the crowds as she was escorted around. It's the first Royal visit since Princess Anne came to the show in 2008.
Sophie, The Countess of Wessex, arrived by helicopter this morning at the Lincolnshire Show.
It's the second day of the two day event.
60,000 people are expected to attend over the two days.
Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, will give the Lincolnshire Show the royal seal of approval today.
The Countess will visit the agricultural show, which celebrates its 129th anniversary this year, on the final day of the event which attracts tens of thousands of people.
As well as the royal visit spectators will be treated to a stunning display from the Lincolnshire-based Red Arrows and a fly past by the Battle of Britain Memorial Dakota.
Thousands of people descended on the Lincolnshire Showground today for the 129th Lincolnshire Show . Chris Kiddey reports
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A few pictures from the second day of the Lincolnshire Show.
It's the first day of the Lincolnshire show. We've complied a selection of pictures from the opening day.