This year's Lincolnshire Show has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, it's been announced.
The chief executive of the show, Jayne Southall, says it's a "devastating" decision and members of the team behind the show are "heartbroken".
However, Ms Southall says organisers had been monitoring government advice and saw there was no alternative other than to cancel.
The show is the one of the main highlights of the county's summer events season, attracting at least 60,000 visitors and 600 trade stands every year to the showground north of Lincoln.
The show has only been cancelled a few times in its 150 years, during both world wars and more recently in 2001 due to the foot and mouth outbreak.