More than 150 vintage vehicles plus several live bands throughout the afternoon promise to make a village fun day a classic day of enjoyment for all the family.
And the attractions also include an aerial display from an iconic World War II Spitfire, programmed to fly past at about 12.30pm to mark Battle of Britain Day.
Entry is free to the Chearsley Village Classic and Vintage Fun Day which takes place at the c ricket ground from noon through to 5pm on Sunday September 13.
Other attractions include arts and crafts, a pets corner, trade stands, vintage coach rides, fair ground rides and a playbus.
Food will include a barbecue and bar.
The live bands include 16 year old EJ, aka Emma Jane, from High Wycombe, making a welcome return following her popular performance last year. EJ is a talented musician who writes her own songs.
Also performing is Blind Drunk, a duo from Milton Keynes.
This is the fourth year the fun day has taken place,organised by Fred Crawford and his committee. The proceeds will go towards cricket equipment for the ever growing junior section of the cricket club. Last year around £3,000 was raised.
Parking is free and off road parking is available for disabled drivers.
Programmes will be available at the fun day for a donation.