Enjoy all the fun and games of a traditional village fayre this bank holiday Monday.

The hugely popular Burton Bradstock Village Fayre will be held in the delightful Rectory Walled Gardens from 2pm to 4.30pm tomorrow.

Described by visitors as a traditional English event 'straight out of Midsommer Murders', it is an ideal afternoon out for all local and visiting families, with tests of skill for children and people of all ages, lots of stalls and games, ice creams, soft drinks, a barbeque and renowned Dorset cream teas.

Featured again for children this year are face painting, high striker, supervised games with prizes for winners, pig racing, a toy stall, a sweet stall, coconut shy, train game, 'splat the rat' and many more.

You never know what bargains you will find for sale at the many stalls. There is bound to be the usual queue of ‘early birds’ to search for that special piece of bric-a-brac, book, CD, soft toy, spring plant or delicious home made cake or jam. The bottle tombola stall is hugely popular as is the chance of a fine cream tea in the village hall or a burger from the barbecue.

Richard Freer, chairman of Burton Bradstock Village Hall Trust and organiser of the event, said: "This is a great fun traditional family fayre, with something for all ages in a delightful setting, the walled garden of the Rectory.

"There are lots of reasonably priced children and adult games with loads of prizes, a wide variety of stalls including face painting and nails, plus there are burger and ice cream bars and cream teas in the Village Hall.

"We have people who plan their holidays to attend the Fayre.

"It is run entirely by volunteers from the village and proceeds go towards the upkeep of the village hall, the hub of our delightful Village.

"Come and join us on Bank Holiday Monday, you will not regret it."

An event for the family not to be missed and parking is free. Entry is £1 for adults and children under 12 enter free.

For further information see posters around the area.

Please note that a section of Church Road, Burton Bradstock, outside the village hall will be temporarily closed from 9am to 6pm on the day of the fayre.