Time is fast approaching for this year’s Middleton annual village fete, craft fair and dog show.
The popular event will start at 12.30pm on July 21 at Shrubbs Field.
Three new attractions are planned by organisers to make the occasion better than ever.
A demonstration of croquet, guinea pigs, and a ceremony to knight individuals will form part of the attractions.
The first event will be the dog show.
All the usual attractions will be there, such as refreshments in the Scout headquarters, bars, a barbecue, stalls in the village hall and an art exhibition in the small hall.
Classic cars will also be making a return after their popularity among vehicle enthusiasts in previous years.
Also returning this year will be a re-enactment group with a series of displays in their own arena.
One of the organisers, Rosemary Phillips, said: “People can also visit The Pavilion for a new outfit from the pre-loved clothes sale.
“As usual, there will be a car boot sale on the field.”