HEROES and villains will be taking to the streets as carnival fever hits a Hampshire town this weekend.
The Bishop’s Waltham Carnival and Show tomorrow will see a parade of classic and vintage cars through the streets of Bishop’s Waltham.
This will lead on to an afternoon of family fun on the Hoe Road Recreation Ground.
Crowds will gather to welcome the heroes and villain-themed procession as it reaches the town square at around 11.30am, led by the Southsea Batala Band.
There will be prizes for the best floats.
Numerous stalls and attractions will be available when it reaches the recreation ground at midday, with more than 80 stalls, children’s rides and games and arena events.
Organisers, the Rotary Club of Bishop’s Waltham are also expecting to have 100 classic and vintage cars and motorcycles on display on the field.
Other attractions include dog displays, music, a barbecue, a spit roast and beer tent.
The carnival raises funds for local good causes.