Thousands of people of all ages enjoy the sunshine and activities at Wimbledon fair

Raising awareness for the Samaritans were, left to right, Simon McEvoy, Hina Akram and Freddie Weyman.

Hooking some ducks were Livia Michaels, seven, Helena Lugli and Bella Dilin, four.

Melissa Murray teaches Ella Murray, one, some golf

Part of the horse display team at Wimbledon fair

First published in News Wimbledon Guardian: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

The sun shone on Wimbledon Common as thousands of people of all ages turned out for the fair on Saturday.

A range of activities for youngsters including zorbing, a fairground and tennis lessons were available, as well as entertainment from the Rock Choir on the main stage.

Dozens of stall-holders were there, including Wimbledon Beekeepers, AFC Wimbledon and the Gooseberry Bush Cafe.

Riders from the Wimbledon Village Stables had an impressive array of showjumping, and smaller four-legged friends got stuck in to the dog show throughout the day.

Food from all over the world was consumed by hungry fair goers at the event held on Wimbledon Common on Saturday, June 21.

Attracting more than 20,000 visitors the fair, organised by charity The Wimbledon Guild, the fair is one of the biggest events on the Wimbledon calendar.

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