A beloved country fair with a Spitfire display is returning to an estate this summer. 

Set within the grounds of Heveningham Hall near Halesworth, the country fair offers an array of activities and attractions for visitors of all ages from traditional agricultural displays to thrilling entertainment. 

Highlights of this year include camel racing, the dog and duck show and a Spitfire air show display. 

The food and drink vendor lineup includes Fen Farm Dairy, Fishers Gin and Friday Street while The Greyhound and The Suffolk will be cooking hot food for the 16,000 guests expected over the two-day event. 

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East Anglian Daily Times: Thousands are expected at this year's fairThousands are expected at this year's fair (Image: Newsquest)

Lois Hunt, a trustee of the charity that runs the event, said: "We are absolutely thrilled to welcome visitors back to Heveningham Hall for another unforgettable weekend of celebration. 

"This event is not only a showcase of Suffolk's finest, whether it's food and drink or local traditions, but also a testament to the enduring spirit of community that defines our region."

The fair returns to the Heveningham Hall estate on June 29 and 30.