By Tristan Harris Thursday 30 August 2012 Updated: 03/09 09:55
THERE will be plenty of traditional activities and events for all ages on offer at the Tardebigge Fair and Show, which is being held at 1.30pm next Saturday (September 8).
There will be fun, games and bargains for all ages and even an appearance from a London 2012 Olympic torch at the event, which takes place in and around Tardebigge's St Bartholomew's Church.
In the church will be a host of award-winning displays, including flowers, vegetables, wine, preserves, baking and photographs.
Entries need to be brought to the church between 9am and 11am on September 8.
The produce will also be auctioned off, meaning visitors will be able to bag themselves a bargain or two to take home with them.
Among the variety of stalls at the fair outside will be ones selling cakes, plants, jams, books and clothes.
There will also be a white elephant stall, tombolas, classic cars and motorbikes, art, dance and photography displays, along with a miniature railway and traditional games, such as a coconut shy and skittles.
And there will be a bouncy castle, children's corner, a range of refreshments and the High Quality Draw, which offers a top prize of £300 in cash.
For more, including a schedule of classes, call 01527 540546 or visit the church.
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