Mid Somerset Show full of winners
People from north east Somerset played a big part in the weekend's Mid Somerset Show.
President of the agricultural event at Shepton Mallet is Roger Penny, of Litton.
Mr Penny said: "The day is not long enough to stop and talk to exhibitors, stewards, judges and visitors to each section."
Farmers N F Clothier & Sons, of Ston Easton, won the dairy championship with a Holstein Friesian three-year-old heifer, Treetop Atlantic Contrary, shown by daughter Jess.
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In the sheep section, the lamb classes were judged by master butcher of Chew Magna, Clifford Pearce.
Among his chosen winners were Rogers Lyons, of West Harptree, Henry Groves, of East Harptree, and Angus Dagger, of Clutton.
The children's cheese section was judged by Jack Wedmore, of Emborough, Tom Jackson, of Green Ore, Jack Doman, of Ston Easton, and Joseph Ford, of Chewton Mendip.