There will be Punch and Judy, music, morris dancing and animals when the Epping Town Show returns.

More than 60 community and traders stalls as well as a funfair, entertainment and arena acts will be at Stonards Hill recreation ground 12-5pm on Sunday July 3.

The Jack Silley Pavilion will be hosting an art exhibition and model railway display while the arena entertainment will include pipe and silver bands, theatre and dance groups, morris men and karate demonstration.

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There will be Punch and Judy shows, donkey rides, petting farm animals and a chance for children to see alpacas, Minnie Mouse, and Paw Patrol characters.

Some of the car parks at St Margaret’s Hospital will be available for parking and disabled parking will be available in the recreation ground car park, off Stonards Hill.

The Rotary Club of Epping and Mullucks estate agents are also offering help to support the event.

Visitors are encouraged to bring their family, dogs and deck chairs.