The Friends of St Botolph’s Church holds its annual vintage tractor road run on Sunday.
The vintage vehicles are set to leave Manor Farm at Grimston at 10.30am and return at 2.30pm.
There will be bacon butties available as well as tea and coffee from 9.30am to 10.45am.
The country fair will be open earlier this year from 1pm to 5pm. There will be craft demonstrations, stalls, owls on show, games and sideshows.
The attractions will also include steam traction engines, static displays and vintage farm machinery.
There will be live music from DNA and refreshments including a bar, hog roast, barbecue, strawberries and cream, tea and cakes, Pimms and more.
Admission and parking will be free. Money raised goes to the Friends of St Botolph’s towards the church upkeep.
This event has been held for 14 years and fundraisers are set to exceed the £100,000 mark to help maintain the listed building.
Pictured is one of the vintage engines from a previous show.