Windsor's summer fair has been an popular event in the town for more than 40 years - with the famous duck race a much loved highlight.

This year's fair is on Saturday, running from 11pm to 5pm in Alexandra Gardens.

Once again the duck race will be a major attraction.

A total of 200 plastic ducks will be released into the river to see which one will cross the line first. Members of the public have been busy buying their ducks in advance - but there will be plenty of opportunity to buy one on the day and the winning duck will reward their owner with a £400 cash prize.

There will be a chance to browse the many stalls in the market area both community and commercial sellers, while the main arena will feature local acts and schools performing throughout the day.

The Bandstand will be hosting a variety of musicians including the Bagshot Concert band.

There will also be plenty of food on offer including the Rotary run barbecue, vegan food, a licensed bar and tea and sandwiches provided by the scouts.

Ron Lewandowski, one of the event organisers, said: “As members of Windsor and Eton Rotary Club we love organising this event. It’s great to see the community come together in fun and friendship but also we’re proud that this event provides a platform for local charities to raise money for their causes.”