THE Tottington Centre’s annual village fete is set to take place this weekend.

Volunteers have been working hard to organise the event, which will take place in the grounds of the library from 11am on Sunday.

A range of craft stalls will be present, selling everything from second hand toys, children’s clothes, jewellery and handbags.

The Totty Kitchen stall will also be selling homegrown and homemade items.

Refreshments will be provided for guests in the form of barbecue food while the centre’s tea room will also be open.

The Big Totty Bake Off will return once again, and bakers have until 1pm on the day to submit their creations.

The competition will be judged by last year’s winner Monica Webber.

Meanwhile, a scarecrow competition is also being held, with a prize being given to the winner.

Schools, churches and other organisations are being invited to create their own straw effigies and deliver them ahead of the day, when they will be displayed for all to see.

Last year’s fete attracted hundreds of people who helped raise more than £2,000 for the village library, which was saved from closure by a group of volunteers.