One of the world's oldest fairs gets underway today, and it's got a global reputation because of its gurning competition.
Egremont Crab Fair started in 1267, and combines traditional events like gurning, where competitors pull unusual faces, with modern attractions.
We've dug out some photos of the fair's illustrious gurning past:
Gurning is thought to date back to the days the village idiot was invited to pull funny faces in exchange for a few pints of beer.
Contestants put on a horse collar and compete to pull the most grotesque face.
In 2008, the competition appeared to get a new fan, when the Queen visited Whitehaven: