The Sunshine Centre is set to host a jam-packed fun day as they invite residents to Princess Diana Park for their Summer Fest.
In aid of the community’s Build Our Café campaign, and with funding from Sanctuary Housing and Banbury Charities, the free Summer Fest on Wednesday 26 August (11am to 3pm) will see exciting activities (PDF 2.3MB) for all the family.
Food will be on the menu with foraging walks, honey tasting and healthy cookery demonstrations from special guests, including the winner of The Visit Banbury “Create a Banbury Dish”, Phil Seal (chef from the Coach and Horses, Banbury).
Residents can also enjoy welly-wanging, pedal go-karts, penalty shoot-out, bouncy slide, the famous Oxfordshire game of Aunt Sally and more.
Many of the activities at the event will be free, but some will cost 50p, with proceeds going towards the Build Our Café campaign.
The campaign was set up in response to the Bretch Hill community, requesting a café offering affordable, healthy home cooked food. Planning permission has been obtained and now funding is required to finance the build of the café.
This event was funded by Sanctuary Group’s Cherish Cherwell Fund, supporting projects which benefit Sanctuary residents and their communities across North Oxfordshire.