A former cycling champion will open a Big Lunch street party in Isleworth, where stilt-walking and drumming workshops are among the feast of entertainment lined up.
Eileen Sheridan defied her diminutive stature to dominate women's road racing in Britain during the '40s and '50s, famously setting a new record in 1954 for the time taken to cycle from Land's End to John O' Groats.
She will formally get the Church Street Big Lunch Party rolling in her home town of Isleworth on June 6.
The free fair, beside the Thames by The London Apprentice pub, will run from midday to 6pm.
Highlights of the event, which is now in its fifth year and attracted 2,000 revellers last time around, will include a mini circus for children, with stilt-walking and giant bubbles.
Radio Jackie will be there throughout the afternoon running a road show, sponsored by The London Apprentice.
Other attractions will include live music and dance, a petting farm and plenty of food stalls.
Profits from the day will go Friends of Cathja, a charity based on a Dutch barge which uses art to help people with mental health problems.
Anyone wishing to volunteer at the party should email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
For more details of the Church Street Big Lunch Party, visit https://www.facebook.com/ChurchStreetPartyIsleworth?fref=ts.