Crowds flocked to enjoy a packed programme of attractions at Danby Agricultural Show.
The popular annual event, which attracts thousands of visitors, is organised by an active committee of volunteers.
Highlights included cattle and sheep, including rare breeds, and horses ranging from ponies, Arab and coloured and agricultural horses to the majestic Cleveland Bays, who are native to the area.
Small animal classes included rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets and pigeons. There were also sheepdog trials and a dog show with prizes for the cutest puppy, prettiest bitch, most handsome dog, dog with the waggiest tail and the best rescue dog story.
The show also featured Whitby Falconers with their beautiful birds of prey, Goathland and Glaisdale Hounds, Punch and Judy and a display by local wood carver Steve Ireland, plus music from local ukulele group Eskuleles.