Tottenham Hotspur legend Ledley King kicked off the bank holiday weekend by joining families for a summer fun day.

Hundreds of residents got into the Jubilee spirit at the N17 Arena taking part in a range of activities including inflatable table football, arts and crafts, and football sessions run by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation's global football development coaches.

Attendees also enjoyed live music and a food market, before trying their luck at the games corner and participating in a range of fairground style games.

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After making his special guest appearance, Ledley said: "It was great to see so many families from our community having fun and getting involved. Our foundation does fantastic work, and this was a great way to promote the exciting programme of activity they have planned throughout the summer. It was a brilliant way to start the Jubilee weekend."

Located on the south-east of Tottenham's stadium campus, on the corner of Park Lane and Worcester Avenue, N17 Arena consists of two floodlit mini pitches on which the foundation’s regular programme of community activities takes place.

Throughout the summer the foundation will continue to deliver a range of fitness sessions and activities for families to enjoy.