Windsor's Contemporary Art Fair will be back at the racecourse next month, 13 years after its first outing.

The fair's director Deborah James said: "We have worked very hard for over a decade to bring real art to real people. It is one of our dreams to expand the opportunities for both art lovers and artists.

“We are delighted to be hosting our 13th year in our hometown of Windsor where we began, in a year that sees us going national."

Since it began the event has expanded to include a sister show in Reading and one will start in Surrey next year.

The Windsor fair will host more than 150 national and international artists during the two days it runs on Saturday and Sunday, November 11 and 12.

There will be a wide range of styles and media on display, from glass to sculpture and photography, fields of flowers to architectural constructs, from the ordinary to the avant garde.

Visitors will be able to speak with the artists one-to-one for a unique insight.

The art fairs raise money for the Princes Trust with unique, collectable, small canvases donated by the artists, which have raised more than £50,000 to date.

As a visitor, you also get to vote for your favourite exhibitor to win the “Visitor Award”.

See the websites www.contemporaryartfairs.co.uk for information.