SUNSHINE graced the fields at the Littleton Recreation Ground on Saturday, as the Littleton and Harestock Show shone success once again.

The countless number of stalls and activities taking place attracted a record attendance- a suitable celebration for the 97th anniversary of the show.

Gates opened to the masses at 12 noon, and the various events kicked off promptly.

Crockery smashing, ferret racing and even a flight simulator was amongst the available events for visitors.

Just like every year, the competitions were judged throughout the day.

Talented artist, Gemma Wootten, displayed her brilliant 'Wire Animals,' giving the animal section a bit of a twist from the ordinary.

The long standing tradition at the show of 'Dog Gymkhana' saw speedy pooches race through the obstacle course.

A crowd favourite this year was the performance from The Spitfire Sisters.

The 1940's style trio took to the stage and performed songs from the war period, equipped with only saxophones and their voices.

Visitors took to the Littleton and Harestock Show Facebook page to express just how much they enjoyed the performance.

The show is hopeful to return next year and are already looking for new volunteers to enable this.

To get in contact with the organisers, visit the website for the show.