IF you are looking for a fantastic fun day for all the family, then look no further than The Lancashire Evening Post’s Lancashire Festival.
The event will take place at Guy’s Thatched Hamlet near Garstang, on Sunday, June 22, 11-4pm.
Now in its sixth year, the festival is set to be another action packed day hosting the finest that Lancashire has to offer, including food stands, arts and crafts, jewellery, toys and gifts, beauty products and much more.
There will be fun fair rides, inflatables, face painting, games stalls and donkey rides for the children.
Plus Nickleodeon’s Dora the Explorer will be paying us a visit.
And best of all, admission to the event is FREE for all the family!
BBC Cash in the Attic’s Paul Heyes will be on hand to give you appraisals on your valuables, so bring along those family heirlooms.
He will also be performing with his band, The Paul Heyes Collection.
Prostage Entertainments will run a live road-show throughout the day with entertainment from local bands, singers, choirs, dancers and cheerleaders
Guys Thatched Hamlet will be firing up the BBQ, cooking a host of local meats and serving ice cold Lancashire Ales to tantalise your taste buds.
If you wish to take a stand at the event, please call 01253 361713.
A word from our sponsor:
Lloyd Lancashire, proud sponsor of The Lancashire Festival, is the home of BMW and MINI in the north west of England, with dealerships based in both Blackpool and Colne. Conveniently located just off junction 4 of the M55 (Blackpool) and next door to Boundary Mill at the end of the M65 (Colne), we are ideally positioned to service the whole of Lancashire.