Glorious sunshine brought out the crowds at the annual Fishguard Show at Fronhaul Fields on Friday (August 7th).

Hundreds of holiday makers and locals enjoyed the wide range of stalls, exhibits as well as the high standard of entries in each showing category.

The annual event, now in its 152nd year, is one of many local shows held in the run up to the Pembrokeshire County Show, where exhibitors get the chance to show off their best animals.

One young competitor, Kyle Hay, aged seven from Pentlepoir, swept the board with his Lleyn sheep, winning two firsts, a second and a championship rosette at his first show. Kyle also keeps chickens and saves the money from his egg sales to buy his lambs.

As well as the attraction of the main ring, including the first appearance of the Quack Pack at Fishguard Show and the popular fox hounds, show jumping and the dog show were well attended.

Show president, Graham Perkins said: "I have been walking around with my wife and everyone is smiling and enjoying it, it's wonderful. The day has gone brilliantly, we have been round every stand and exhibitor. Many people have said today that this is one of the best Fishguard Shows they have seen."

Craft and horticulture classes were also held and an impressive display of vintage tractors took to the main ring later in the day.

Show secretary, Janet Corncok, who's family allow some of their fields to be used by the show, said: "It has been an amazing day, there's been a real good feel, a real buzz.

"Everything ran smoothly, there have been a lot of favourable comments around the field, it's been really wonderful. We have got everything in one field now, everything feels together and spectators don't miss anything and there is a whole variety of things.

"My saying is that this is a fun day day for all the family and it really is, there is something for everybody."