Catch up with all the fun of the fair in our Wolsingham Show video highlights package below.

Taking place in the first week of September, the Wolsingham Show has a wide variety of events - and ExplorAR has captured the best bits on film. You can also see 19 images from the weekend in our Wolsingham Show picture gallery.

Saturday was the agricultural day, with judging classes for goats, sheep and the cattle show, which is the highlight of the whole fair for many people. On Sunday attention turned to the classic country fair pursuits such as the falconry days, giant tortoises and heavy horse driving.

There were also additional events including fun such as Cumberland and Westmorland Wrestling and the Weardale Dog Agility Club.

You can catch up with some of these events in our Wolsingham Show video below:

The sheep show included non-native and rare breed sheep, while the horse show has classes for Clydesdales, Hunters, Veterans, Shetlands, and Mountain and Moorland. There was also harness racing in the main arena.

Other entertainment at the Wolsingham Show included Jez Avery's stunt bike show, donkey rides, camel racing, pig racing, and the Mount Grace Gun Dog demonstration. For vehicle fans there were vintage tractors and cars, plus tractor pulling competitions.

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Over in the Fur and Feather marquee was an enormous selection of 1,500 competitors vying for a variety of classes for ducks, hens, geese, rabbits and cavies.

Meanwhile in the craft and produce tent, there was judging going on for crochet competitions, photography, knitting and children's toys, cakes, bread, eggs, jams, jellies and liqueurs.

A food market in The Barn on both days had items including handmade chocolates, fudge, cheeses, liqueurs, cured meats and pies, while outside there were rows of trade stands supplying everything from homeware to biomass boilers.

The Upcycled and Handmade Marquee had gifts and upcycled shabby chic furniture, plus workshops such as furniture chalk painting and decoupage.

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