PEOPLE from around the country celebrated the 100th year of the Three Counties show. 

The prestigious show has made a return after two years of lockdown restrictions and ran over the weekend between Friday (June 17) and Sunday (June 19.)  

Thousands of visitors enjoyed a selection of horse shows, ice cream and live food demos throughout the three-day festival. 

Visitors enjoyed highs of 30C on the first day but didn't let the rain get in the way of the festivities on the other days.

Star chef Suki Pantal treated onlookers to a live cooking demonstration and author Kaleb Cooper. 

Children enjoyed a selection of animal shows including a talented pony and a shire horse show. 

Malvern Gazette: Three Counties Show Three Counties Show

 The army was also at the event and even let school children have a go at wearing army gear. 

Malvern Gazette: Ssgt Rai and Private Leanne MorrisonSsgt Rai and Private Leanne Morrison

Visitors were spoiled for choice of food and could try a selection of different cuisines from around the world. 

Homemade cakes were popular as people enjoyed a cup of tea and a slice of cake. 

Malvern Gazette: Kevin and Theresa BellKevin and Theresa Bell
Alongside the food, people had a selection of stalls to explore throughout the day. 

Malvern Gazette: Natalie Rodley-Halnes and Gary Hyde from Blink of an eye studiosNatalie Rodley-Halnes and Gary Hyde from Blink of an eye studios

The Three Counties Show will make a return next year in Malvern.