Visitors enjoyed viewing cars, tractors, motorbikes and steam engines at a vintage farm show.
Hundreds took advantage of the warm weather over the weekend to flock to the sixth annual Fylde Vintage and Farm Show at Wharles.
Children were also entertained with displays of dancing sheep and shearing as well as a display of rare breeds of cattle, pigs, goats and poultry.
There was also a birds of prey display and a Punch and Judy show.
Entertainment was provided by the Pantonic All Stars Steel Band and brass band concert.
But it was the exhibition of old farming machinery such as balers, threshers, corn crushers, milking machines, and bale collectors which drew the biggest crowds.