HANBURY is holding its annual village fete this Saturday, with special guests in the form of Worcestershire Youth Jazz Orchestra.

The village has been holding a fete at Hanbury Hall every year since 1912, and this year, there will be everything from a performance by children from Hanbury First School, to a display of vintage cars and a children’s train ride.

The food lovers can treat themselves to traditional afternoon teas, candy floss and homemade cakes or sample some of the real ale or Pimms, while those wishing to get more hands on, can try their hand at skittles, archery or one of the old-fashioned fete stalls, aiming for coconuts at the coconut shy, or smashing plates.

Bargain hunters can have a look through the bric-a-brac stall, and there will also be stalls selling jewellery, cards and homemade gifts.

Michele Dunn, from the Hanbury Fete Committee, said: “We hope the variety of attractions that have been arranged will be enjoyed by all that attend. It is always a really special afternoon in a good old fashioned country way.”

Hanbury Village Fete is taking place on Saturday, June 21 from 2-5pm at Hanbury Hall

Admission is just £2 for adults, while children can enter free of charge. Entry includes access to the gardens of Hanbury Hall, although dogs will not be admitted due to National Trust policy.