TV stars will be at a Worcester school's summer fete showing off an emergency blood bike.

Steve Harris, who starred in Channel 5's Emergency Bikers, and Bill Mapp, an actor who has appeared in a series of shows including Doctors, Midsummer Murders and 24, will be at Pitmaston Primary School's fete tomorrow.

They will be giving children the chance to pose with the bike they use to deliver blood, urgent medical products and notes and even baby milk.

Police, firefighters and paramedics will also be bringing their emergency vehicles to the fete at the Malvern Road school.

Local singer/songwriter Jodie Howland, a former Pitmaston pupil, will play at the event, which runs between 12pm and 3pm.

Miss Howland, who has performed before acts such as One Direction, Little Mix and JLS, will sing and play guitar as well as ukelele.

Worcester Ukelele band will also wow the crowds with their quirky, upbeat sound at the fete.

A host of traditional stalls and games are planned including a barbecue, bottle and teddy tombola, bouncy castle and fairground rides.

Hook-a-duck, hoopla and splat-the-rat are all on offer and local business owners selling an array of make-up, jewellery, toys and books will be on the stalls.

A chocolate tombola has been sponsored by local organisation Soma Health and there will be golf, face painting, tea and cake and ice cream.

The fete has a theme of Around the World and pupils have been practising dance routines to perform on the day.

A bake-off style competition will see children and their parents decorate cakes with the winners to be announced on the day.

Becky Brixey, chairman of Pitmaston PTA, said: "The day is absolutely packed full of games, fun events, live music and stalls selling lots of lovely products.

"Pitmaston's summer fete has become a very popular part of the school calendar and attracts hundreds of parents as well as others from the wider community.

"Come down and join us. It will be a fantastic day."