A new Rose Queen and Rosebud will blossom in Ashton Hayes.
Emma Cook and Poppy Mason will receive their respective titles at St John the Evangelist Church on Sunday, September 15, at 12.15pm.
The crowning ceremony is preceded by a village procession and is followed by a party on the WI grounds, including a chance to climb the church tower and ring the bell.
Rose Queen Emma, 12, from Manley, is a pupil at Helsby High School who enjoys her friends and reading. She writes her own fantasy fiction and is currently finishing off her first novel.
Seven-year-old Rosebud Poppy attends Ashton Hayes Primary School and her hobbies include baking, swimming and ballet.
Both girls will be at the centre of a procession which will set off from Village Farm at 11.30am.
As well as other village children in the retinue, there will be bikes and buggies decorated with colourful designs.
Pageant organiser Gillian Forgrave said: “The procession of floats will then tour the village before arriving at the church for the crowning ceremony.
“After the crowning, from 1.15pm, the WI lawn will host several attractions, including a BBQ, tea and cake stalls, tombola and a tin-can alley.”
Winners of the decorated bikes and fancy dress competitions will also be announced and there will be Maypole dancing and performances by the school choir.