SHEFFIELD’s Jubilee Fayre returns over the bank holiday weekend in Norfolk Heritage Park.
Thousands of people are expected for the event, which is being held on Sunday and Monday, from 10.30am until 5.30pm, with free admission. Among the attractions is the horticultural show, which includes a dedicated tent for homegrown flowers, vegetables, exhibitions of cacti and bonsai, as well as homemade jams, honey, wine and cakes.
This year also sees an Olympic-themed art competition, with gold medal inspired artwork to take centre stage. Anyone can enter any of the categories – visit www.sheffield.gov.uk/sheffieldfayre to find the entry booklet.
The fayre also boasts a massive battle re-enactment and living history camp, craft stalls and fairground sideshows.
The event will be visited by the Paralympic Torch on the Sunday.