They were very happy it wasn't raining, or likely to, at this year's Royal Berkshire Show. It's the last county show of the year and there were relieved smiles all round as the sun came out after so many others have been washed out or cancelled. Sue Kinnear reports.
VIDEO: This weekend's Royal County of Berkshire Show is set to make up for a disappointing season of shows. Some were cancelled and many affected by this summer's washout weather, costing the rural economy an estimated £240m. Kate Bunkall talked to show chairman, Ian Nutt.
The last major agricultural show of the season is getting underway. The Royal Berkshire Show will attract 60,000 visitors over the weekend.