Dinosaurs are set to roam the streets of Bexleyheath once again as a popular event returns on Saturday (June 24).

The prehistoric creatures will be taking over The Broadway and putting on shows throughout the day for visitors to enjoy.

Families can expect to see their favourite dinosaurs, as well as some new friendly faces in the crowd.

The highlight of the day will be the first-time appearance of a Brontesaurus in the town.

The Bexleyheath BID has funded the event, which has become a favourite among children of all ages.

Visitors can pick up a free Dino Trail guide from the BID team and participate in a fun-filled scavenger hunt to discover dinosaur eggs.

Various prizes can be won by those who complete the trail successfully.

The shows will be held near the Clocktower, starting from 11am, and the last walkabout is set to begin at 3pm.

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Town centre manager Caron Linyard said: "We love to host exciting events like this in Bexleyheath. The dinosaurs are one of our most popular events, with children of all ages enjoying the spectacle - all funded by local businesses through the work of the Bexleyheath BID."