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The popular event, run by the Kintbury Scout Group, will be held in the Coronation Hall from 11am to 3pm.
Magician Sir Nitwit will be on hand to keep guests entertained from 12 – 12.40pm, while visitors can also challenge themselves on a jungle run inflatable assault course.
Rooksnest Farm Estate in Lambourn Woodlands is opening its gates for free to visitors for the eighth time as part of Open Farm Sunday.
Set in idyllic surroundings, visitors can get up close and personal with the farm’s cattle, sheep and alpacas, as well as seeing a display of how the machinery is operated.
Guests will have the opportunity to find out how the farm’s food is grown and chat to the farmers responsible.
Guided tractor and trailer rides around the farm are on offer, along with a nature trail, face painting and a variety of other activities.
Sausages and burgers made from the farm’s own livestock will be available and families are also able to bring a picnic along to enjoy in the beautiful grounds.
Following the hugely popular debut last year, the Donkey Derby will make it’s reappearance at Tadley’s Burnham Copse Primary School as part of its summer fair.
There will also be games, craft stalls, refreshments and a range of arena events to keep the family entertained.
Sunday will also see the return of the Eastbury Fete and Dog show.

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