IT was fun in the sun for all as the West Fife Show returned following a two-year absence caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Families and competitors flocked to the event as a ‘bumper crowd’ savoured Saturday’s offerings.

The agricultural celebration took place at Easter Bucklyvie farm in Crossgates after leaving its previous home in Kelty.

This year the show celebrated its 260th anniversary.

Speaking after the day came to an end, organisers commented: “What a fantastic year back on the show circuit for West Fife.

“ Huge thanks to everyone involved in the planning, setting up, work behind the scenes and on the day.

“Thank you too to you the exhibitors, the stall holders, trade stands, craft people and the paying public. “There was a bumper crowd, fabulous sunshine and lots of happy people.

“Onwards and upwards.

“Here’s to 2023.”

Record numbers of cattle were brought to the event, and the baby animal tent was a winner with children - and adults - as ever.