A college in Shropshire is gearing up for its annual summer fete later this month.

The event by Derwen College is set to take place over the weekend of May 25 and 26.

Free entry from 10am will give visitors access to market stalls, games, live entertainment and more.

The popular grand raffle is back, with top prizes including a meal for two restaurant vouchers and an air fryer, and the family favourite Derwen Duck Race is set to make a return.

Visitors can also enjoy live music by singer Mark Lord and others, and a huge bouncy castle, barbeque, bar, and shopping.

There will be games for children to enjoy, from Net-a-Duck to ‘Strawberry Shootout’ football penalties.

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The strawberry fields picnic area will also be accessible for people to relax, with ice cream made by Derwen students.

The college's award-winning Marketplace will provide nourishment throughout the weekend, while artisans will feature a range of handcrafted goods.

The college will also be hosting the second ever dog show.

The competition will celebrate dogs and trainers of all ages, in categories ranging from ‘Waggiest Tail’ to ‘Best Junior Handler’, with rosettes available to the winners.

Registration begins at 10am and is set at £2 for dog owners.

Megan Charman, events coordinator and community fundraiser at Derwen College, said: “We are incredibly honoured to be able to host this event each year, and we are so excited for this year’s celebrations to begin.

“We are hoping to raise a record-breaking amount for the Derwen Charity, and we’re going to need your help to do it.

"It’s wonderful that by bringing people together and putting smiles on faces we are enabling our charity to continue its work of supporting our students and clients.

“Sponsorship possibilities are still open – if you would like to contribute to making a real difference in the lives of our young people, and put your name to such a fantastic occasion, then please contact me at megan.charman@derwen.ac.uk.”