It’s the last day of the show and our reporter Jessica Amos and photographer Peter Williams are there all week to bring you the best of what’s on.

That's all folks...Many thanks to the thousands who've joined us for our live coverage from the Royal Welsh Show 2016. Don't forget, you can view all the latest galleries here and there'll be a full round-up in next week's paper, on sale on Wednesday.

Evie handles the pressure to take rosette

Mike Eckley has won breed champion with his Clun Forest sheep in the reserve native lowland interbreed class. Mike and his family have been coming to the show with this breed for 80 years. Mike said: "The first show my family came to was in 1986 when my grandfather was showing. This is our third breed champion award in a row. We're over the moon and have had a really good show this year." Evie Eckley, Mike's 10-year-old daughter was handling the champion in the ring. Evie said: "I've enjoyed the show and really enjoyed showing the sheep."

Katie's top class at Asda's activity farmThe Asda Activity Farm for children was awarded best stand at the show last year and the dedicated team of staff are here again this year teaching children about food and farming through play.Katie Havard-Pratt, 20, of Builth Wells is the supervisor at the stand. Katie has been working here during the show for three years and is passionate about early years education. She said: "Working with the children is really nice and it's nice to get involved with the show and be a part of it as I live in Builth and always came to the show with family as a child. I study early years education at Bath Spa University so this is another thing that looks good on my CV." This year they have artificial cows that children can milk to teach them where milk comes from. They have seed planting tables where they can plant seeds to take home to watch them grow. Other activities include duck races that are operated by a pump and water slide and digging in the sand pits with a mechanical digger. The other staff at the stand are all ex-pupils of Builth High School including Kayleigh Jones, 19, Hannah Beetham, 18, Molly Beetham, 20, Daniel Evans, 18, and Meg Jones, 18. Katie said: "It's good fun because we all know each other also half of the girls here are fluent in Welsh which is perfect because it enables us to interact with all the children here."

Lib Dem trio pledge to back Welsh farmingLiberal Democrat Leader Tim Farron was joined by Ceredigion MP Mark Williams and former Brecon and Radnorshire MP Roger Williams as the trio showed their support for the Welsh agricultural community by pledging to support NFU Cymru’s ‘It’s Time to Back Welsh Farming’ campaign at the Royal Welsh Show.They met with NFU Cymru officeholders to discuss how they could best show their support for Welsh farmers and champion their produce.The ‘It’s Time to Back Welsh Farming’ campaign encourages consumers to show their support for farmers in Wales by pledging to buy Welsh produce.Fellow Liberal Democrat and Brecon & Radnorshire AM Kirsty Williams had pledged her support for the NFU Cymru campaign during her visit to the Llanelwedd Showground earlier in the week.NFU Cymru President Stephen James said, “We are grateful to Tim, Mark, Kirsty and Roger for lending their support to NFU Cymru’s ‘It’s Time to Back Welsh Farming’ campaign during their visits to this year’s Royal Welsh Show. There is no doubt that this is a challenging time for the agricultural industry at the moment, so it’s good to know that they will champion Welsh farming and produce.”

Travel app launched

An app that allows Powys bus users instant access to live bus travel information has been launched by the county council at the show.The council teamed up with North Wales-based Geosho, which has developed Geotra, an innovative web system to create accurate timetables, manage travel services and publish apps.The free app, which is available on iPhone & Andriod platforms, provides passengers with live bus locations so they can see the location of the bus they are waiting for in ‘actual time’, live service information and dynamic journey planning. Cabinet member for highways Cllr John Brunt said: “The system means Powys staff will be able to publish transport information to passengers almost instantly via the app. So if a local bus service has to be diverted because of a flooded road or accident, the Geotra system can be updated and a message can be pushed out via the public app.”

Seventh heaven for the Havards

Seven cousins from Sennybridge have been celebrating a rosettes haul.

HE Havard and sons, who farm at Cefn Brynich in Sennybridge, are showing Brecknockshire Hill Cheviots and took pride of place invarious classes including the Age Ram Championship with their Cheviot ram.