Just one week to go until the 176th Royal Highland Show

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Junior handler Laura Hunter, 16, and cousins Hannah Devine and Alan Marshall, both aged 4, share their ice-cream with Molly, the prize-winning Highland cow Molly, and her calf, at Barnhill Farm, Shotts, ahead of the 2016 Royal Highland Show. The Royal Highland Show, at Ingliston, Edinburgh, runs from 23-26 June 2016, and is Scotland's annual farming and countryside showcase.
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FREE USE PICTURE Junior handler Laura Hunter, 16, and cousins Hannah Devine and Alan Marshall, both aged 4, share their ice-cream with Molly, the prize-winning Highland cow Molly, and her calf, at Barnhill Farm, Shotts, ahead of the 2016 Royal Highland Show. The Royal Highland Show, at Ingliston, Edinburgh, runs from 23-26 June 2016, and is Scotland's annual farming and countryside showcase. Picture by JANE BARLOW � Jane Barlow 2016 {all rights reserved} janebarlowphotography@gmail.com m: 07870 152324

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From 23-26 June the best of farming, food and rural life in Scotland will be flocking to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre for the 176th Royal Highland Show.

Amongst the hard fought livestock competitions, Scotland’s best ice cream producers will also be battling it out as part of the Scottish Ice Cream Championships, which take place in Scotland’s Larder Live, the Show’s very own food event which features over 100 food and drink producers.

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Pictured (left to right) Hannah Devine (4), Laura Hunter (16) and Alan Marshall (4) with Molly and Molly, the Highland cows, at the Hunter family farm near Shotts. The family breed some of the best highland cattle in the UK and will be heading to the Royal Highland Show (23-26 June) to compete.