Growers went back to their roots to produce some of the most impressive vegetables around at a historic produce show.
The fruit and veg prizes were among a host of accolades won at Leigh Produce Show.
Some amazing cakes, arts, crafts and flowers also drew visitors' and judges' attention at Leigh Village Hall.
Organiser Dave Marriott said: "The beautiful weather meant that Leigh Produce Show had hundreds of entries and visitors this year.
"In what is a great Leigh village tradition going back 130 years, keen gardeners, bakers, crafters and photographers in the parish competed for a wide range of trophies.
"Visitors enjoyed seeing the outstanding exhibits, as well as being able to buy plants and crafts, and relax in the sunshine with afternoon tea."
The main trophy winners included Clive Baggaley for most points in the vegetables category,
In the flower arranging exhibit, David Brunt won most points and Jean Beard won the prize for most outstanding exhibit. In the fruit section, Gwyn Stewart got most points and Rose Rajaratnam created the most outstanding exhibit.
Good Life classes - Christine Dicken for most points and most outstanding exhibit. Wendy Humphreys won most points and Fiona Atkin took the prize for most outstanding exhibit in the domestic section.
The craft contest was won by Gillian Baggaley, with Mary Birks submitting the most outstanding exhibit.
Joy Salt got most points and the best picture in the photography exhibit, while Thomas Bell got the most points in the children's section. Harry Stockdale won the most outstanding exhibit.
The most outstanding exhibit in the whole show was a knitted cot blanket by Mary Birks. Gwyn Stewart took the trophy for the most points gained across the entire show.