Firefighters in Ipstones are inviting members of the community to join them for a fun filled day this weekend.
"This event offers something for everyone, with lots of activities to entertain children and adults alike."
Ipstones Watch Manager Paul Hewson
The Road Race and Gala Day will be officially opened at 1pm by 12-year-old Lydia Cartwright who has been crowned the ‘Agricultural Queen’.
There will be a one mile run for children, starting at 2.45pm, and five mile road race at 3.30pm.
Firefighters will be demonstrating an animal rescue to show how a horse would be freed from a trailer.
A marching band will process through the village and there will also be horse and cart rides as well as a barbecue and a bar.
A fortune teller will be looking into the future and a bucking bronco will be entertaining thrill seekers.
The event will run from 12.30pm-5pm on Saturday, September 7 at Ipstones Fire Station, Froghall Road.
Ipstones Watch Manager Paul Hewson said: “This event offers something for everyone, with lots of activities to entertain children and adults alike. It is also a great opportunity for the community to get together and see their local firefighters demonstrate dramatic rescue scenes. It promises to be a fun filled day.”