Despite the damp weather conditions large crowds turned out in Leverburgh for the 60thAnnual South Harris Show
The main spectacle of the show was a display by Yorkshire based stunt team Revolution Stunts.
Drawing a large crowd from across the show ground the performance saw displays from Nico the clown on his quad bike, the stunt grandpa and his mobility scooter and Crazy Dave with a fire stunt.
Of course, the show also featured an event more typical of an agricultural show, livestock judging. The cattle were judged by Neil Montgomery and sheep by John Angus Maccusbic. There were a number of entrants across each category, with a high standard seen throughout.
The shows attractions continued inside the school building. Competition entries in various categories were displayed through out, from children crafts to horticulture there was an impressive standard throughout.
In the school hall a series of local business’ and charity groups presented information and offered items for sale. This area was also used for piping and Highland dancing displays.
Regardless of the weather conditions fairground rides, a bouncy castle and face painting ensured there was plenty to keep show goers of all ages entertained through out.