ALL the fun of the fair will be coming to Barbourne on Saturday as a pre-school holds its annual summer fete on Saturday (May 10).
Families can enjoy bouncy castles, beat the goalie and even a tour around a fire engine at Sticky Fingers Playgroup fair which takes place on the grounds of St Stephen's Church, St Stephen's Street, off Droitwich Road.
The popular annual event raises money for the playgroup and preschool which is based at Bishop Allenby Hall, next to the church.
Youngsters can enjoy children's game stalls, facepainting and a teddy bear stall while adults will be able to purchase homemade pickles and jams, cakes and plants.
There will also be a barbecue and refreshments stalls.
Playgroup leader Claire Thomas said: "Everyone always enjoys the summer fair because there is lots of exciting things to do for youngsters and grown ups.
"It is also the main fundraiser for the playgroup and means we can buy more equipment and resources for our busy children.
"We're hoping lots of people can make it and join in with all the fun we have planned - we look forward to seeing everyone."
The fair runs from 11am to 2pm and for more information log on to www.stickyfingersplaygroup.co.uk.