Tasty treats, handmade gifts, a tombola and crafts are just some of the things on offer at a charity Easter Fair.
Learning disabled charity New Directions will be hosting the event on March 28 from 11am to 3pm at 27 Bilton Road, Rugby.
There will be face-painting for youngsters and the Easter Bunny will be dropping by.
The event has been organised by staff at New Directions day activities service Community Choices Network and all money raised will go toward providing essential basic furniture for the service.
New Directions senior support worker, Dee Checkley, said: “Our Easter Fair is yet another egg-citing opportunity to raise vital funds and the profile of the charity at the same time. We are always grateful to the local community who have supported us year on year, attending our fundraising events and contributing to the charity’s provision of quality services for learning and physically disabled people.
“This Easter event is one for all the family so please hop along and see our Easter Bunny.”
New Directions offers supported living, home care, respite, day activities, transition support from adolescence to adulthood, residential services and dementia support.