A gala day for all the family at Kenning Park, Clay Cross, shining a light on the story of Sir George Kenning, who bequeathed the park to the town in 1931 – featuring a live action Sir George, walking the park, telling his story.
Come along and enjoy: vintage fairground rides, vegetable based juggling and comedy, giant ducks, vintage vehicles, local produce and the screening of a newly commissioned short film in a pop-up vintage cinema.
Or kids and adults can get stuck in to The Pentagon – grab a paint pen and help artist Scott Walker to create a piece of community artwork, which will be exhibited locally after the festival.
No need to book, it’s totally FREE, so just come along and have fun.
Also in Clay Cross, look out for the First Art and Positive for Young People (P4YP) Gallery Space – a creative takeover – details TBC later in the year.