Pulling out all the stops for County Show Ladies Day

BRIGHT AND BREEZY: Pembrokeshire Young Farmer of the Year Katie Davies (right), Meinir Owens, and Hafwen and Mair Rees braved the breeze to smile for the camera. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605176)

STUNNING SISTERS: Sian and Rhian Edwards from Walwyns Castle made Ladies Day a family affair. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605204)

LOVELY IN LILAC: Nia Bowen, 25, from Narberth, looked elegant in a lovely hat. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605218)

PRETTY MAIDS ALL IN A ROW: The Lady Ambassador with Alice James of Clynderwen and Betsan and Sioned Ifans of Maenclochog. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605240)

SHOW SPONSOR WINS BEST LADIES DAY HAT: Liz Davies of Coast and Country Holidays wowed with this delicate creation. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605268)

TIMELESSLY ELEGANT: Leisa Nutt, Jane Fellowes, Betty Roch and Avril James looked lovely on Ladies Day. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605278)

ADDRESSING THE CROWD: Lady Ambassador Tania Hancock takes to the stage on Ladies Day, working a modern look. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (9605288)

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PEMBROKESHIRE'S women pulled out the stops with their fantastic outfits for Ladies Day 2014 at the County Show on Wednesday.

There was barely room to move at the reception, as attendees cheerfully chatted while enjoying drinks and canapés.

Lady Ambassador Tania Hancock looked fresh and modern, in a tailor-made dress, bold hat and incredible shoes.

Helpful staff from Haverfordwest’s Vogue Beauty Salon were on-hand to give product demonstrations and extra touches of make-up, and Pro Nails Haverfordwest sponsored and judged a competition for the best dress, shoes and fascinator of the day.

In testament to how good the guests looked, Pro Nails representatives couldn’t choose one best dress, and ended up picking three instead.

A raffle on behalf of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) – a cause nominated by President’s Lady Margaret Young – featured an array of fantastic prizes and raised £1,300 for the organisation, which supports farming families suffering financial difficulties.

Linda Jones, RABI’s regional manager, expressed her gratitude for the impressive donation.

“I’d like to thank all those who have helped to make Ladies Day so special,” said Tania.

“You all look amazing, and I’m sure you’ll be turning a few heads here today!”

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