London Harvest Festival is soon to take place. On Saturday September 30 some of the best small and large animals, unusual vegetables and tasty produce comes to Capel Manor College in Enfield.

The animals and produce are not from the countryside but from unexpected parts of the inner-city. It is a celebration of the dedication of talented farmers and gardeners from across London, who work so hard in those much-loved green spaces.

Animals and produce from a wide range of London’s city farms and community gardens will be showcased at the event. The show expects to welcome more than 2000 visitors to see rare breed Golden Guernsey goats from Newham, honey from Lambeth, pumpkins from Kentish Town, Southdown sheep from Islington, Bengali kerala from Shoreditch and blackcurrants from White City.

Ducks, geese, rabbits, ponies and livestock compete for the Best in Show, while there is a dazzling array of both familiar and exotic fruit and vegetables in a variety of produce competitions, all sourced from London farms and gardens.

The day includes a contest for the biggest pumpkin, the most unusual looking fruit or vegetable and best mini-farm and concludes with a tug of war. There will also be a 'Have a Go' area ranging from arts and crafts to heritage activities like blacksmiths and woodworkers.