The second Jericho Book Fair takes place on Sunday in a new community space in Mount Place, next to the Oxford Canal.

It’s the brainchild of John Mair, community activist and compere of Virtual Jericho online events.

Thirty local authors and publishers are taking part, from 11am to 4pm, including OUP Children’s Books, Signal Books, Claret Press, Oxfordfolio ,Writers in Oxford and lots of local historians including Liz Woolley, Mark Davies and Tony Morris.

Gary Browning will be there with his latest book Dylan at 80.

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The singer will be well represented as Jericho resident Ray Foulk is also taking part.

With his brothers he founded the Isle of Wight Festivals, and was responsible for 'stealing' Dylan from the Woodstock festival.

He has written two memoirs about the festivals and a novel, Picasso’s Revenge, written with daughter Caroline.

Bampton resident, Steve Shephard will sell copies of A Very Important Teapot - an intriguing comedy spy thriller.

From 1pm to 3pm St Barnabas Church will serve refreshments inside the church.

Sylvia Vetta, author of Sculpting the Elephant which is half set in Jericho and half in India, said: "If you’ve never been inside St Barnabas – it’s well worth a look."