The long-running Penwith Green Fair is due to return to St John's Hall in Penzance this year.

The fair will have stalls from a range of community groups, green businesses, and environmental organisations, and information will be available on a wide range of topics including health, wildlife protection, transport, food and animal welfare.

Jonathan How, one of the event’s organisers, said: "The Green Fair gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy and celebrate the ideas and businesses that can make a real difference to people’s lives in West Cornwall.

"It is a great event to find out more about what’s going on across Penwith, and we hope it will inspire people to get involved, and demonstrates how much more we can do if we work together for the common good."

Some of the exhibitions at this year's fair will include a local car-sharing scheme, a cycling campaign group, and a project to start a community orchard.

As well as stalls and displays, there will be refreshments and music on offer from local bands including Rumba Diabolo, Penzamba and Western Wynde.

The fair will take place on Easter Saturday (March 31) between 10am and 3:00pm and is free to attend.