Crowds flocked to the 119th Burniston Show to enjoy a traditional day showcasing the best of what the agricultural world has to offer.
The annual Bank Holiday event featured a host of competition classes in livestock, fruit and vegetables, flowers, handicrafts and much more.
Popular attractions included the fur and feather tent, showjumping in the main ring and birds of prey display, where visitors could hold the birds.
The show also featured vintage cars and motorbikes, engines, children’s rides and a huge array of trade stands.
Local farmers Ingrid and Matthew Train, of Harwood Dale, had brought their son Arthur, four, to the show.
Ingrid said: “It’s a really nice show - and it’s local so can meet up with people you know.
“Arthur’s enjoying it too - he loves the tractors!”
For more coverage see Thursday’s Scarborough News.