The day starts at 9h with an eight or 13 km walk for the active with a registration fee of 3€, close on 100 people took part last year, with walkers setting off from beneath the church spire in Loubejac.
The fair will also feature a display of vintage tractors, equipment and classic cars, who will head off for a short trip to Villefranche-du-Périgord around mid-morning.
A mid-day meal is available priced at 17€ for adults and 10€ for children, and remember to bring along your own plates and cutlery to save on using plastic, throw away items.
The journée champêtre is organised by the comité des fêtes of Loubejac, and marks the start of a number of events in the village including a vide-grenier, farmers markets and a weekend fête featuring live music.
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