DUNNINGTON village show will return this August, and it promises to be bigger and better than ever.

In 2015, the annual show looked unlikely to continue, but it was taken over by Jenny Lewis - now the committee chairman - who was determined not to let the traditional community event die a death.

This year’s event takes place on Sunday, August 19 and is back in Dunnington reading rooms - after previously decamping to the Eastfield showfield - and Jenny has put out an appeal for entrants.

She said: “We’re letting people know now so they can plan their allotments and work out when to get the best, biggest and juiciest produce in time for the show.”

Categories include flowers, fruit and veg, home baking, preserves, photography, handicrafts and home-made wines and beers - with a sloe gin category added this year.

Children’s categories include making animals from fruit and veg, making a mini-garden, various photography categories, cupcake decorating and handwriting.

It costs 50p to enter each category and entry forms must be submitted by Sunday, August 12.

There will also be a range of refreshments available on the day for people to enjoy.

For more information see dunningtonfayre.org.uk or visit the village show Facebook page.