Thousands enjoy Euston Rural Pastimes show
- Credit: Gregg Brown
A daring display of horsemanship amazed ringside spectators at a long-standing country show.
One of the region's biggest annual country fairs, Euston Rural Pastimes, took place today.
The event at Euston Park - which over the past two decades has raised almost £500,000 for the local Blackbourne Churches and St Nicholas' Hospice Care - showcased rural crafts, farm animals and country skills.
In the three show rings, a packed timetable of events included tractor displays, falconry, sheepdog trials and dog agility.
One of the highlights was the Devil's Horsemen stunt team.
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Miranda McCoy, St Nicholas Hospice fundraiser, said: 'I would like to thank all the organisers of Euston Rural Pastimes for working hard to ensure the event is bigger and better every year.'
Visitors were also able to toast the Queen's 90th Birthday, with a 'street party' taking place.
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