There will be craft and conservation charity stalls, vintage tractors, classic cars, a real ale bar, pond dipping and minibeast hunts for children, wild flower walks, wild food foraging, Chelmarsh Owl Sanctuary, hay bale throwing contest, have a go textile crafts and much more.
The event will run from 11 am until 4 pm and will showcase the wild flower meadows at the park which will be in full bloom –bring your camera!
Entry to the event is free but there may be a small charge for some activities. Parking at the country park is £1 for two hours or £2.20 for all day.
The Visitor Centre and Coffee Shop will be open serving drinks, lunches and homemade cakes from 11 am – 5 pm.
On the evening from 7.30 pm local folk band Whalebone and local poet Kate Innes will be in concert in the visitor centre. Tickets are £10 adults and £6 children these can be purchased in advance (tickets very limited) by calling 01746 781192.
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