Can you spot yourself in our pictures from day two at the Suffolk Show?
It’s been another scorching day at the Suffolk Show - can you see yourself in our gallery of pictures from the second day?
After a bumper first day with thousands of visitors, the second day of the annual event at Trinity Park near Ipswich got underway with the presentation of a series of awards for those with long service to farming.
Farmer Sally Bendall was also awarded her British Empire Medal at the event.
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The Shetland Pony Grand National returned at 11.30am, while the Imps Motorcycle display team also brought their skills to the arena.
Young farmers also showed their strength in a tug of war, while Suffolk's finest horses were shown off in the Grand Parade.
And people could still enjoy many of the attractions from the first day, including a 60ft viewing tower with amazing panoramic views of Suffolk.
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There were also plenty of shopping and food stalls for those looking for a bargain or to get a bite to eat.
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These are some of out best pictures from the second day - can you see yourself in them?
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