A primary school is about to go wild - and is calling for people to join in.
Inspired by the national film-led movement Project Wild Thing, staff, pupils and parents at Gillibrand Primary School in Chorley are hosting a special event from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday, July 5.
Gillibrand Goes Wild will include live music, a creepy crawly roadshow, ugly bug ball parade, mud pie making, maggot racing, welly-wanging, camp fires, military-style assault course, storytelling, nature trails, sack racing, nature-themed art and craft projects, and a screening of David Bond’s documentary Project Wild Thing.
There will also be refreshments, stalls and prizes.
Entry is by wristband, available from the school for £2.50 per person or £10 for a family of five or more.
Entry on the day will be £3 per person.
For more information, call the school on 01257 274983.