RESIDENTS are invited to the first ever South Cheshire’s Big Day Out event at the Dorfold Park Showground, on Welsh Row, Nantwich on Saturday, August 2.
Hosted by RedShift Radio and Wulvern from 2pm to 8pm, this summer extravaganza promises to be a great day out with activities and entertainment for all ages including cheese and wine tasting, cinema zone, face painting from Hullabaloo, petting zoo with Zoo2U, prize treasure hunt, pub quiz, pamper treats, photo booth, cookery workshops with KidzKitchen and the Women’s Institute, arts and crafts with Oopsadaisy doodle, games and competitions.
There will also be giant inflatables, Jo Jingles, kids disco, Zumba and Bokwa demos for energetic parents, a family rounders tournament, plus lots more! In addition there is a great line up of live entertainment including Rachel Roberts with her Shirley Bassey Tribute, a musical theatre treat, plus performances from Nantwich Young Voices, X Academy, Josh Whittaker, Benjamin Stubbs, Tom Riddle, Callum Wright and Abbie Ozzard.
The event will celebrate 100 years of South Cheshire and include a special ‘Poppy Picnic’, WW1 Art Exhibition and cookery competition.
This not for profit event is being supported by Nantwich Agricultural Society, St Mary’s Nantwich, along with a raft of local South Cheshire business sponsors including headline sponsors Little Tigers Magazine, Hibberts Solicitors, Cheshire East and Buildbase.
Guests are welcomed to bring their own picnics and drinks and alcohol is permitted. Entry costs just £5 for adults and £3 for 4-14 year olds which can be purchased online at redshiftradio.co.uk or available on the day at the gate.
All the activities and entertainment is free and there is free parking on the showground off Welsh Row.
Ceris Esplen from Wulvern explains: “This community gala promises to be a great day out for everyone! We have a variety of activities, music and entertainment, all under a huge marquee making this a vibrant and action packed all-weather event for all ages.”