HUNDREDS of revellers flocked to a Hampshire county show over the bank holiday weekend

The Broadlands County Show, organised by Countryman Fairs, took place at the Broadlands Estate in Romsey and will finish up this afternoon.

The event showcases a wide variety of acts suitable for the whole family

.Operations director of the show, Jerome Roberts said: “This year we have got brand new acts and features that will really shake up the Main Arena.“

From jousting with the Knights of Middle England, the spectacular fire show with Joseph Peace, or awesome stunts with Stannage International, there really is something on the bill for every age at Broadlands!“Not only does Broadlands have an array of acts and features for the whole family, it also plays host to qualifying rounds in some fantastic sporting disciplines too. “Not forgetting the many have-a-go activities, feature areas, such as the British Falconry and Raptor Fair, and hundreds of shopping opportunities, Broadlands really is a fantastic place for the whole family. “With so much in store, we enjoyed welcoming everyone this May Bank Holiday.”

This year’s line up included live performances from the Knights of Middle England who perform a stunts and contact jousting in an interactive showcase, a performance from the Joseph Peace Fire Show, stunts and obedience training with the Rockwood Dog Display Team, the brand new Stannage Stuntworld Motorcycle Team, plus a lumberjack display by the Dorset Axe Team.

The British Falconry and Raptor Fair also offered displays from some of the country’s leading falconer’s as well as a vast array of exhibition stands for guests wanting to find out more about birds of prey.

There will be demonstrations from the Mercer Falconry, South Wilts Falconry Display, Bull X, Female Falconers Club and Martin Whitley Dartmoor Hawking.

Dogs were welcome and there will also be free parking.