THOUSANDS of people flocked to Romsey for one of the largest one-day shows in the south.

There were horse competitions, dog displays, parades of vintage vehicles and lots of food at this year's Romsey Show.

The event acknowledged the end of the First World War with an aircraft display.

The Bremont Great War Display Team flew over the show to mark 100 years of the Great War.

Residents had also the chance to learn more about livestock breeds, with the Grand Parade in the afternoon while the entertainment was plentiful with live music played throughout the day.

The show was run by charity The Romsey Agricultural and Horse Show Society, which promotes agriculture and equine activities, showcasing horse, donkey, sheep and cattle classes.