This year's Old Windsor Carnival is all set to bring three days of fun and activity to the village.

It will start with a funfair on the evenings of Thursday and Friday, June 6 and 7 - with the Donkey Derby launching the events Friday evening.

Saturday, June 8 is the big day with the procession of floats through the village winding up at the recreation ground where there will be a variety of stalls and arena displays all afternoon.

The fancy dress theme for the carnival is Games We Play with people on the floats welcome to dress up as any popular game they like.

Attractions on the Recreation Ground will include birds of prey and a display of old Ford cars.

Sunday, June 9 is the last day of the carnival with football tournaments in the morning and the annual Old Windsor's Got Talent show in the afternoon.

Susan Pickles for the carnival said: "We have had lots of children entering already but adults are welcome to have a go as well."

A picnic and a concert featuring a local band will follow.

Susan said: "This year's will be the 59th year of the carnival so next year will be really special. Sometimes it seems amazing it survives but we are all dedicated to it."

Anyone who would like to have a stall can contact Susan on 07464 242940.