Country Fayre to take over Campbell Park this weekend

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PEOPLE are being urged to make their way to Campbell Park on Saturday for a one day only Country Fayre.

Visitors to the Fayre, which takes place between 1pm and 5pm, will have the chance to see the cattle and sheep which graze on Parks Trust land and to get close to animals in the petting zoo.

The zoo will include frogs, snakes, lizards, guinea pigs, rabbits, ducks and chickens, and is sure to prove extremely popular.

There will also be shows and demonstrations of the modern machinery and farming equipment that help keep the parks in good condition.

A large variety of stalls and country crafts will be on display at the Fayre, including woven baskets, honey, walking sticks and charcoal.

Talks will also be held on a range of subjects including beekeeping, finding and identifying edible mushrooms and weaving baskets.

Entry to the Fayre is free and no booking is required. Parking is available at Central Milton Keynes shopping centre or on Silbury Boulevard.

For more information on the event people can visit