The crowds flocked to Leighton’s annual May Fayre extravaganza today – and little wonder with all the attractions on offer.
The Rotary Club of Leighton Linslade masterminded the Bank Holiday Monday fun.
The entertainment took place in both the High Street and Parsons Close Recreation Ground between 10am and 5pm.
One of the main highlights this year was Ken Fox and his Wall of Death motorcycle troupe.
Other attractions included displays by the renowned Coventry Corps of Drums in the arena, interspersed with tug o’ war teams competing for a new trophy.
MK Dons encouraged youngsters to get involved in the game under the instruction of their training staff, while Daniel Cutting, a professional football gymnast, showed off his skills.
The Army brought its climbing wall and a large Oshkosh truck, while Central Beds Council had its safety car simulator Oscar.
Added to the mix were fairground rides at the bottom end of the High Street, the traditional maypole dance,entertainment and bands at the Market Cross and Jo Jefferson’s shire horse.
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