Thousands of tourists, farmers and furry animals have been descending upon Haverfordwest for the Pembrokeshire County Show over the last two days, and today (Thursday) is sure to be another sell-out.

The huge three day show - the second largest in Wales - has become renowned and people travel from all over the UK to attend the event.

Kicking off on Tuesday, the show had a bit of a damp start, but the massive crowds didn't seem to mind the odd spot of rain as they made their way around the showground.

Throughout the day cows, horses, goats, dogs and ponies - along with their proud owners, competed for various titles.

Visitors then had the opportunity to see and even stroke some of the show animals afterwards as they rested in their designated enclosures.

A selection of JCBs carrying out various tasks attracted the attention of the public - the younger members in particular.

A parade of fox hounds, sheepdog trials, horticultural and photography competitions as well as poultry shows were also on offer.

And for those not interested in patting fluffy things on the head, a vast array of stalls selling everything from screwdrivers to strawberries and cream were available.

Those attending the show today are in for a treat with a packed line-up including the judging of sheep, pigs, show jumping, dog agility trials and poultry.