THERE was something for everyone at the Three Counties Show, held over the weekend.

The show, which promotes agriculture, food production and farming, was held at the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, and took place in glorious sunny weather.

There was so much to see and do, from animal shows to an assault course, scuba diving to aerial acrobatics, cooking demonstrations to an off road course challenge, visitors were entertained throughout the three days.

An estimated 90,000 visitors were expected to have attended the show, billed as the country's biggest equine and livestock event, which also saw a visit from Michael Gove, who made his first public appearance as Environment Secretary.

On Twitter, TV farming celebrity, Adam Henson, said there had been so much to see and do during the weekend, adding he was very proud to have attended in his role as show ambassador.

He added there had been 5,000 animals at the event this year, the food hall had been packed, and a cider festival had also proved popular.