Big crowds expected for Stubbington Fayre

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HUNDREDS of people are expected to head to this year’s Stubbington Fayre in Stubbington Green.

The fair, which includes the donkey derby, will provide plenty of attractions for all ages, with train rides aboard Trigger the Train taking place on the day.

There will also be a Punch and Judy show and music from the Big Noise Samba Band.

Residents can also enjoy the acrobatics and routines of My Style Dance Display, the Locks Heath Silhouette Majorettes and from Paradise Fitness.

The donkey derby has been bringing in crowds for more than 50 years.

Fareham’s deputy mayor Councillor Geoff Fazackarley will open the fair for the public at 11am.