Harrow is gearing up for its annual Medieval May Day celebrations.

Falconry displays, Morris and Maypole dancers will come together to perform at Harrow Museum in Headstone Lane, on Bank Holiday Monday.

The Medieval Combat Society will also demonstrate their fighting skills and children can take part in a range of activities, from archery to going on the rides.

People are encouraged to get into the spirit of the day by dressing up in medieval costumes.

The day will kick off on May 7, from 12pm, at Harrow Museum. Adults cost £2.50, children aged six to 16 are £1.50 and under 6s go free.