A music studio in Chorley is holding its first open day.
White Bear Studios, in Ackhurst Park, Foxhole Road, will have unrestricted access on Saturday July 8, from 11am until 5pm.
Organiser Craig Hopkinson said: “The idea is to make the studio open to the general public for a few reasons.
“We want to expose the studio for more custom, but mainly to give the people of Chorley more scope to create music and have an outlet for expression, because at present Chorley doesn’t have much of that going on.
“We have live music being recorded by local artists and bands, free food and drink provided. There will also be a bouncy castle, tuck shop, a fudge and cake shop, an ice cream van on site.
“We have a fully equipped and operational studio, isolation booth and live room that the public can check out. We are also going to be running raffles and competitions on the day and we will be handing out info graphics and merchandise.
“It’s going to be a great day out for the whole family and hopefully the weather will be beautiful as well.”