Reaseheath College’s Family Festival is gearing up to pull in thousands of visitors.
The action-packed festival, on the college’s Nantwich campus on Sunday May 14, will feature an array of performances an entertainment.
Headline acts this year include Binbot, a giant robot the size of a two storey house, and The Company of Horsemen, who will thrill spectators with a display of acrobatic riding.
Family entertainment is from Team Extreme, world class BMX stunt riders and skaters, who defy gravity in an acrobatic display of gymnastics on wheels.
Organisers hope local schools and performers will bring a carnival atmosphere to the festival with eye-catching song and dance.
Visitors will be able to ‘have a go’ themselves at activities run by staff and students ranging from tree climbing and bushcraft to brick-laying and operating a digger.
Highlights include sheep shearing, a calf show, horse riding displays, tours of the college zoo and food processing halls, a fun dog show and musical acts on the main lawn.
Refreshments range from vintage teas to locally produced products and ice creams.
Car parking is free.
Festival organiser Faye Thomson-Butt, the college’s deputy marketing manager, said: “We have tried to build on our Family Festival year upon year so that it offers real value to our local community”.
“It has become a not-to-be-missed event for many families and we are looking forward to welcoming our visitors for what promises to be a fabulous day out.”
A family ticket costs just £15 (two adults, three children).