Today's judging was first down on Skegness beach where Sooty, contender for best individual donkey, was giving donkey rides.
Sooty is owned by the Nuttall's who are also through to the regional competition for best group of beach donkeys for the east coast. Working on Ingoldmells Beach were Macca, Rocky, Harley, Noddy, Lofty, Pedro and Alfie.
Amber was judging the donkeys early in the day because the final judging for the whole competition would be in Great Yarmouth and this would give her enough time to watch and talk to the owners before the three hour journey to Great Yarmouth.
As the morning went on and the shops around the resort began to open, it was lovely to see another sea of colours with happy families down on the beach enjoying their summer holidays.
We arrived at Great Yarmouth to meet Hayley Parker and her donkeys - Pinky, Ripper, Darcy, Max, Cracker, Willy and Vinnie - who were also being judged today for best group and individual. Amber watched the donkeys giving children rides up and down the beach, and did a radio interview for BBC Radio Norfolk who spoke to Maggie as well as some of the children.
Well, that's the end of the competition, who will be the winners? You'll have to wait until 9.00 am on Sunday 30th August!
Day five, Skegness and Great Yarmouth (120 miles)