The biggest and best produce from Wimblington and Stonea came out for the annual Summer Show on Sunday.
Entries were up on last year for the popular show, which saw entries in categories from potatoes to painting. There were lots of classes for entrants to choose from, including embroidery, pickles, cakes, quilting, strawberries and flower arrangements.
A plea for girls to enter the children’s section was heard and there were lots of fruit, vegetable and flower entries despite the weather.
Winners: Under 8 girls - Darcey Whitcombe and Thomas Eaton School; Boys - Louis Rose; 8-13 years girls - Poppy Cole; boys - James Cowin; Adult section - Cookery and Preserves - Joanne Rose and Shirley Baker; Vegetables and Fruit - Dave Coppins; Flower and Floral Art - Penny Hicks; Art section - Susie Freeman; Handicrafts - Karen Anthony-Saxby; Quilting - Gilda Bellard and Helen Whitewick; Egg Section - Karen Harvey; Honey Section - Alan Mitch; Best Allotment - Jan Thomas.