Dozens of families enjoyed terrier racing, duck herding and archery which were all part of this year’s Morden Hall Park Country Show.
The sun shone as hundreds of people of all ages turned out to the annual show at the Morden Road National Trust house over the Bank Holiday weekend.
Among the attractions were Stuart Barnes and his dog and duck show, where skilled dogs rounded up their feathered friends into pens, a falconry display and a children’s fun fair with an inflatable slide and ferris wheel.
There were also food and drinks stalls and dozens of crafts on sale, as well as a performance from the Epsom and Ewell Silver Band.
More unusually there was a K’Nex Fun Fair with donations to Great Ormond Street Hospital and a display by Totally Goats.
The mayor of Merton, Councillor Krystal Miller opened the event on Saturday, May 3.
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