Plans to turn a factory into residential homes has united opponents, who are determined to see the Sudbury site retained for industrial use.
A series of informative talks and exhibits exploring the village’s past are being staged at an event on Sunday.
Event organiser Ruth Philo said the hope is for the festival to be held annually, with a development grant sought to continue the initiative.
Organisers have warned participants that they will have to negotiate a dry river bed on some parts of the route.
Fete committee chairman Andy Message said the hard work and commitment shown by everyone who supported the event was impressive.
Wayne Tanswell is one of Britain's few remaining traditional signwriters.
Viewings of the Victorian property are being hosted from next week.
Paddy had 16 inches of hair cut off to aid cancer patients.
John Ward discusses Borehamgate, Delphi, traffic issues and the Local Plan.
A hair salon has unveiled a new look after undergoing a major revamp.
Opponents against proposals to demolish Belle Vue House have warned the scheme would be detrimental to Sudbury's heritage.