THE MAY Fair will be staged in picturesque Bishopstone on Saturday May 5, promising classic cars, birds of prey and stalls galore.
Visitors can also indulge in a barbecue, teas and home made cakes, as well as local charity stalls and games.
The Glynde and Berwick Brass Band and Seaford Musical Theatre will provide the entertainment for the day.
Seaford mayor Linda Wallraven said the traditional, family friendly fair had been running for many years.
It will be held on the green behind beautiful St Andrew’s Church, which is also well worth a visit.
The church is understood to have Saxon origins, built between 600AD and 800AD.
Look out for the sundial inscribed with the name Eadric.
Money raised at the fair will to the upkeep of Bishopstone Parish Hall.