THE Wroughton Carnival will be filling the village on Swindon's outskirts with music and colour this weekend.

The pandemic forced the 2020 event to be cancelled and a smaller parade-less version of the 2021 carnival to go ahead, but this time it's back in all its full glory.

The popular event will begin at midday tomorrow on the Weir Field, then the parade will make its way through the High Street from The Fox and Hounds at 1pm, past The White Hart pub, turning onto Wharf Road, then down Perrys Lane, Moormead Road and Devizes Road before leading to the Weir Field at around 2pm.

The parade will be Jubilee-themed with the people and groups taking part encouraged to wear red, white and blue outfits.

Guests can enjoy stalls, food vendors, and entertainment including gymnastics, swordfighting displays, a dog show and petting farm, and Danter's Fun Fair.

There will be live music from 12.30pm featuring Dave Woodward, What the Pluck, Ronstars, Lost Hills, Entertainers Choir and We Are Unsupervised.

The event is free to attend but cash donations are welcome. The money will go towards covering the costs of running the carnival.

The carnival festivities end at 6pm.