SLIGHTLY soggy conditions did not put off the crowds from attending the 138th Bingley Show, which took place on Saturday.

The annual event featured a range of animal shows featuring cattle, sheep, goats and more, as well as the traditional 10km fell race.

There was also a classic car show, show ring and a selection of vintage tractors and engines were on display.

Run by the Airedale Agricultural Society on Myrtle Pastures, the show is one of the highlights in the Bradford district’s calendar.

Martin Preston, who helps run the show, said: “We avoided the showers and the sun shone, and we had a good turnout.

“We had a good showing of cattle and sheep with some very high standards of animals, which were a credit to their owners.

“Hopefully everyone had a good day getting up close to the animals. We altered the layout this year, and it worked really well.”