Rushcliffe Borough Council’s ever popular Lark in the Park returns on Wednesday August 7 and is set to feature over 80 fantastic stalls and attractions.
This year’s event is encouraging visitors to ‘Get Active’ as part of the array of attractions in Bridgford Park in West Bridgford from 10am to 4pm that will include fairground rides and inflatables, circus skills, soft play, storytelling, sports sessions and free singing and dancing shows.
There will also be a food and drink stalls and charity and community stands.
Deputy Leader of the Council Cllr Debbie Mason said: “This year’s event theme is about getting children physically active this summer, with the aim of getting children taking part in at least 60 minutes of active play a day.
“This not only contributes towards cardiovascular health and helps maintain a healthy weight but also improves self-confidence and social skills.
“Come along to Lark in the Park at Bridgford Park to enjoy all the family friendly activities and learn more about getting active.”
Also on offer at Lark in the Park will be the chance for visitors to plant their own fruit and vegetables and find out how to make delicious, healthy meals using ingredients they can grow themselves as part of the Council’s Rushcliffe Roots campaign.
Equally, event goers can find out more how to recycle even more effectively with the authority’s waste and Recycling 2Go teams on hand to answer your questions.