A young girl looked miniature after she climbed onto the heaviest squash at a bizarre mega-sized vegetable competition, adored by thousands.
Clara Smith, 6, got on top of the peculiar piece of food, grown by Oliver Newman, which weighed a staggering 40st at the annual National Giant Vegetables Contest.
The outlandish entrees saw super talented gardeners bring in their best produce using a forklift to put them on the scales at The Three Counties Showground in Malvern, Worcs.
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Joe Atherton, 67, managed to smash his own record for the longest turnip, after he exceeded his 13ft in 2019 to 15ft this year.
The Grandad -of-nine, from Nottingham, said: “You always breathe a sigh of relief once it's transported and official on the judges’ table.”
Meanwhile, Sebastian Suki, was hailed the winner for the longest cucumber at 3ft 8ins, as Peter Glazebrook scooped a world record with a 7lb-plus aubergine.
It was reported that more than 10,000 gardening fans were expected at the show this weekend, reports The Sun.
And while some didn't win, others were proud to showcase their personal best, with one headteacher growing a 31-stone monster pumpkin.
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Michele Thomas, of Pembroke Dock Community School, entered her best-ever giant pumpkin which weighed roughly the same as a blue whale's heart.
To put the size into perspective, the gigantic vegetable weighed two and half times as heavy as a beer keg or a kangaroo, reports Western Telegraph.
The headteacher, who also plants huge onions, says she enjoys the journey of growing them because it brings people together.
”This is so important a show and they are a really great community who help you," she said.
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