THE Denbigh Carnival is set to return for another Saturday of fun for the whole family.

The festivities will start when the much-loved procession once again lights up the town with more than 250 people from schools, clubs and community groups, army cadets, and emergency services representing Denbigh.

The fancy dress theme this year is land, sea and air - think lions, lobsters and aeroplanes - which will give the town the chance to celebrate all its different elements that keep it ticking.

There will also be dancers and a marching band to keep the crowds entertained while they try to spot familiar faces and outstanding fancy dress efforts on the floats.

The procession will start at 11am on Smithfield Road, travelling through Lenten Pool and on to the High Street, down Vale Street and turning at Ruthin Road and Park Street, ending on Middle Park.

The Denbigh Carnival was resurrected in 2013 after an absence of over 10 years. Thousands attended the celebrations last year.

The carnival committee of 13 members, led by chair and former Denbigh mayor Catherine Jones, has once again dedicated the last year to making it happen.

After the procession, the carnival will begin on Middle Park with a variety of stalls, entertainment and refreshments.

A vintage vehicle show will offer even more entertainment.

The carnival takes place on June 22.

Does your club, team or group want to enter a float or take part in the Denbigh Carnival fancy dress competition? There are prizes to be won… Visit the Denbigh Carnival website.