Here’s a final set of images to wrap up our extensive coverage of this year’s Lambeth Country Show in Brockwell park, south London.
The show was very busy on both days over the weekend.
As ever, there was plenty for kids to do.
Oxjam Brixton curated the Village Green stage.
The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP) is a trilogy of artworks by Jimmy Cauty (ex-KLF), with each artwork being 1:87 scale model housed in a shipping container.
The models are viewed through observation ports in the sides of the containers.
Morris Men on the move.
Relaxing in the shade.
David Bowie street and Moon.
In the Flower Zone.
The vegetable animals remain a major draw.
There’s been rumours that the crocheted elephant went missing on Sunday.
The queue for the Chucklehead Cider tent on Saturday was huge.
Heaven in a plastic bottle.
Going for the winner.
Great to see the Ritzy workers’ Living Wage flag by the main stage.
Late Sunday afternoon by the Village Green.
End of the show. A lone drummer entertains folks heading home.