Hundreds of people are expected to flock to a Hampshire parish this weekend for an annual carnival celebration.

West End will be transformed into a sea of colour as the carnival returns with a variety of parades and activities on Saturday.

The procession will see local groups and businesses taking part and will start from Quob Lane, West End at 1pm.

It will then move to West End High Street before heading to Hatch Grange and ending at 5pm.

The theme of celebrations this year is children`s television and more than 40 stalls, attractions and a carnival tea tent will entertain residents.

A "Fun Dog Show" run by the Blue Cross will also take place with revellers invited to bring along their four-legged friends and join in the fun.

There will be a class for everyone including the cutest pup, golden oldie, prettiest pooch and most handsome hound.

It will start at 2pm and entry to each class costs £2.

The carnival raises funds for local good causes and charities and is completely run by volunteers and supported by local businesses.

Last year the theme for the event was 60s, 70s and 80s music, with dozens of people turning up in their costumes.