Organisers say visitor numbers are up for the final day of the Royal Cornwall Show.
The first day of the event in Wadebridge was marred by strong winds and rain. The sheep section had to be evacuated and many visitors left early.
But today drier weather has seen no interuptions to the show schedule and an increase in people through the gates.
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