Thurlow Fayre will be staged on Sunday, September 1.
Live music will set the tone with headline act That Eighties Band playing music from that decade, plus the returning Nice Manors Youth Band and Hadstock Silver Band.
The countryside theme for which the fayre is well renowned will see Lavenham Falconry Display as a main attraction in the arena as well as providing a static display .
Children are well catered for throughout the afternoon with Dangerous Steve Unicycle Juggler (pictured) returning by popular demand, Doc Spinoff Circus Skills, Reptile Experience, face painting, train rides, toddler rides, giant slide, bouncy castle, zorbing and archery.
There will also be displays from Hotsteps Dance Co and maypole dancing from Thurlow School.
The craft fair has been expanded this year with an interesting variety of stalls, whilst there will again be a classic car display.
The Fun Dog Show is once again open to owners to see whether their pet can win one of the classes.
Admission is adults £2 and children 50p,. The car boot sale is £10 per car for which people are advised to come early.
For further details visit www.thurlowfayre.org.uk or www.thethurlows.org.uk