THOUSANDS of people are expected at the Patcham Duck Fayre on Sunday.
The event, which dates back to the 1990s, will feature attractions such as a funfair and dog show.
There will also be a performance stage featuring a Ukrainian choir and a number of local singers and dancers.
Patcham Duck Fayre Revival Group chair Sally Booth described the event as “a real community celebration for Patcham and the surrounding area”.
Originally run by Boy Scouts in Patcham, Brighton, the Duck Fayre was named after the ducks that used to migrate from the pond near All Saints Church.
The event was suspended for a time due to a lack of volunteers, but was revived in 2019 as a summer attraction for the village.
The Patcham Duck Fayre takes place on the Patcham School Playground between 11am and 4:30pm and is free to attend.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20682370.sussex-village-fayre-revived-third-year/?ref=rss Patcham Duck Fayre is back this weekend