Over 40,000 people are expected to decesnd on the small town of Appleby in Cumbria in June as this years Appleby Horse fair begins.
Preparations are now underway and Cumbria Police are giving advice to road users as the travelling community begin to arrive.
Chief Inspector Kevin Greenhow ITV Border:
Cumbria Police are hosting a live web chat on Wednesday dealing with all questions and issues around this year's Appleby Horse Fair. The panel will comprise representatives of the police, travelling community and Eden District Council.
This year's fair will take place from the 7th to the 13th of June. Appleby has a resident population of 2,500 but during the Fair it rises to around 12,000 with an additional 30,000 visitors turning up to watch the spectacle.
Anyone with questions about this year's event can take part in the web chat between 7pm and 9pm on Wednesday 23rd of May by clicking here
The council say they are well organised and all agencies have been working together to get the best possible fair:
Robin Hooper, the Chief Executive of Eden District Council told ITV Border: