Sunny weather helped draw bumper crowds to The Lizard for the sixth Open Farm Sunday at Tregullas Farm.

The Amiss family, who farm the National Trust land, joined others around the country for a national day of raising awareness of British food and farming by organising a free family fun day.

They threw open their gates for people to explore the farm and fields, see the animals and take part in a variety of activities.

These included scrambling aboard a range of modern and vintage tractors, making flower crowns and maypole dancing to violin music.

Visitors could also watch sheep shearing, make a wildflower seed ball, have their face painted and try their hand at milking a model cow.

A number of local producers were there will stalls, with Landewednack School holding their ever-popular cake stand to raise money for school funds.

Rona Amiss, who put on the event with husband Nevil and their children, said: "We were so lucky with the weather. We'd like to thank all our volunteers, stallholders and helpers that made it all happen."