This weekend’s Latheron Show will not take place in its usual location due to the recent spell of wet weather in the area.
The usual site for holding the show – a field at West Clyth Farm owned by Raymond Gunn – is currently waterlogged so show organisers have come up with a plan B for hosting the event.
The show, which takes place on Saturday July 11, will now be held at several different locations in the area.
In a statement, show organisers said: “To avoid disappointing spectators and competitors alike it has been decided to follow the example of the Olympics and deliver it [the show] at multi-venues.
“Cattle and sheep judging will take place on the site of the former auction mart in Lybster, while the flower and home industries will be on show in the Community Hall, with judging starting at 10am.”
The poultry show will take place beside the football pitch, while craft stalls will be on display in the Bowling Club.
All in-hand horse judging will take place at the Halkirk Riding Centre and the show’s entertainment – Drum Fun – will take place at the football pitch at 12pm followed by the dog show at 2pm.