Morris dancing, a vintage car show and a steam-powered funfair are just some of the attractions at a May Day celebration today.

Headstone Manor and Harrow Museum in Pinner View will host its annual May Day Bank Holiday event from 12pm to 5pm.

There will be an Edwardian music wagon, a steam-powered funfair, and a display of military vehicles as well as traditional Morris and Maypole Dancing.

To commemorate the start of the First World War, the event will recreate a May Day celebration of 100 years ago and there will army re-enactment camp for people to learn more about the Great War.

Tickets for adults cost £3.50, £1.50 for children under 12, and entry is free for children under four.