GLORIOUS sunshine soon had the crowds flowing in to Woolsery Show on Monday. Cars queued from the main road to get in to the beautiful showground at Clovelly Court. And the visitors were not disappointed, with plenty to see and do. Chairman Pat Martin

GLORIOUS sunshine soon had the crowds flowing in to Woolsery Show on Monday.Cars queued from the main road to get in to the beautiful showground at Clovelly Court.And the visitors were not disappointed, with plenty to see and do.Chairman Pat Martin was delighted with the entry in the Red Ruby classes, which was exceptional, and the sheep sections were also well supported.Equestrian events also attracted a large entry and there was plenty to admire in the traditional handicrafts' tent.Six packs of hounds were on show during the day, but the stars of the show were the Royal Horse Artillery - six horses and six soldiers - who put on two demonstrations under the direction of Troop Captain Mark Edward.The team have been on a recruiting drive at shows up and down the country and Capt Edward said they had found 30 strong candidates to become the next generation of mounted gunners.Profits from the annual event will go to the Alzheimer's Society.