The Royal Cornwall Show attracted close to a record attendance last week with 126,256 people visiting over the three days.
It's the fourth highest attendance in the show’s 222 year history and represents a 9,535 increase on last year’s figure.
Show secretary Christopher Riddle has welcomed the news and puts it down to a combination of factors.
Plans are already underway for next year’s show, which takes place on 9th, 10th and 11th June 2016.
More than 100,000 visitors are expected at this year's Royal Cornwall Show, which runs from today until Saturday 6th. Held at the showground near Wadebridge since 1960, it's a big fixture on our region's calendar - with displays, stalls and events celebrating food, farming and country life.
With a new parliament in session and uncertain times for the industry, farmers will be using the Show to press for more help to preserve their future, and highlighting the need for more young people to join the business.
Farming Minister George Eustice is due to speak at the Show tomorrow.
Tune in to ITV News West Country from 6 tonight, when Ian Axton, Kylie Pentelow and Bob Crampton will be reporting live from Wadebridge, and bringing you all the highlights from day one.
In the meantime, our reporter Steve Hardy went along to see some last-minute preparations.
A motorcyclist has been airlifted to hospital after an accident at the Royal Cornwall Show this afternoon.
Experienced rider Ken Fox came off his bike on the Wall of Death event. He was flown to Derriford Hospital by Cornwall Air Ambulance. His injuries are not serious.
Chief Inspector Robin Hogg is from Devon & Cornwall Police:
A motorcyclist has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following an accident at the Royal Cornwall Show.
The experienced rider came off his bike on the Wall of Death event. He has been flown to Derriford Hospital by Cornwall Air Ambulance.
Devon & Cornwall Police have begun an investigation and request that anybody who witnessed the incident to visit the Police pod located at stand 8, near the main entrance.
Watch what it looks like from the stunt driver's seat as the Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motorcross Team put on their display at the Royal Cornwall Show.
Besides this week's anniversary of D-Day - there's the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War later on in the summer.
Ian Axton was fortunate enough earlier today to meet a group of people at the show who are trying to give people an insight into what life was life on the frontline.
The guest of honour on the first day of the Royal Cornwall Show was Sophie, Countess of Wessex, who had time to catch up with Ian for a quick chat, earlier today.
One of the big issues effecting the farming industry is TB - and how to keep it in check. Kathy Wardle has been talking to one livestock farmer who is showing his cattle at the Royal Cornwall Show - about his concerns.
The farming community is at the heart of what matters at the Royal Cornwall Show.
As farmers come to terms with the prices that they're getting for their beef, here's a special report from Steve Hardy.