TEDBURN St Mary is gearing up for another super day when it holds this year’s Tedburn Fair on Saturday, September 12.

Live entertainment in the Main Ring and on the Village Green will be from Mokka Heim Re-enactment group, with music from Tedburn Community Choir and bands “Shovel Head” and “Mad Dog Mcrea”.

There will also be ferret racing, shire horse shoeing, vintage vehicle displays, tractors rides, tight rope walking, skittles, a bouncy castle and much more!

In the Village Square at the Fair visitors will be able to sample and buy meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, bakery and dairy produce from local suppliers, but don’t forget to stop by the craft traders and the WI tent, for a delicious cream tea or tasty slice of cake!

The public are invited to get involved and enter into the flower and local produce competitions.

With a wide variety of classes to choose from, there is something for everyone, whether you are a novice or an expert, the show organisers would love to see your talents!

At the show you can also pop along to the “Village Farm” where you will be able to see a display of friends, both furry and feathered!

Alternatively, why not enter your pooch into the popular family dog show, which has fun classes such as Waggiest tail, Best child handler, Dog most like it’s owner and Best veteran?

Entering the competition is easy, just take your dog and enter on the day.

Last year the show saw one of the highest gate figures known, the organisers truly appreciating the support from local residents and visitors who attended from further afield.

They hope to see you again this year!

Tedburn Fair will start at 12 noon, when the entrance fee will be £5 for adults and it is free for children under 14 with an accompanying adult.

Competition entry forms are available from the Tedburn Village Shop.

Further details are available from Simon Anthony on 01647 61716 or Carole Shilston on 01647 61369.