An entire car park has had to be closed off at the Royal Cornwall Show because of vehicles getting stuck in deep mud.
Cars and horse boxes had to be towed out of the members area by tractors on the first day of event at Wadebridge.
Today cars travelling from the West are being directed to a car park on the other side of the A39.
Yesterday the sheep section was closed when the marquee threatened to collapse in high winds and rain.1,200 animals were evacuated from the site.
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