FUN for all the family will be on offer at a summer fair in Elderslie next month.

A packed programme of activities has been organised for the event, which will take place at the village's town hall on Saturday, June 10, starting at 1pm.

Those who go along to the summer fair can enjoy bouncy castles, face painting and a raffle.

Elderslie Wallace Bowling Club will be hosting bowling taster classes on the day, while East Gate Church will be serving up teas, coffees and juice.

Members of Elderslie Amateur Radio Society will also be demonstrating what they do in their customised radio area.

Entry costs £2 for adults, £1 for children and £5 for families.

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A spokesperson for the event said: "Our goal is to raise enough money to provide growing spaces in Queens Road Park which will be used in lesson plans from the school. 

"In addition to this, we have the long-term goal of creating growing groups in the village for all ages.

"We are aiming to make as much money as we can through the entrance fee and the raffle, the bouncy castles, face painting and refreshments are all part of the entrance fee.

"We look forward to welcoming everyone back!"