The usual favourites such as the vintage fire engine and inflatable assault course will be on display along with an outdoor BBQ and other family-orientated attractions.
Assistant manager and event co-ordinator, Jackie Skene said: “This is the third one that we have done and the last one was really successful and everyone had a good time and that’s one of the reasons we do it.
“The last time it was packed as it is a free event.
“We have a BBQ, a bouncy castle, an inflatable assault course, which was very popular, along with the face painting and the fire engine. Come one, come all.”