June 2017

June signals the arrival of the long (hopefully warm) summer, so get adventurous and get outside for some family fun! Go orienteering in Lyme Park, or on a summer deer walk in Tatton Park. For a real blast from the past, head to Bramhall’s “step back in time” festival, or for a modern festival make your way to the Cheshire County Show. Maybe you would rather stay inside and get creative? No problem! Get card making at the Hat Works. Whatever your tastes, there are plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained in June.

Untill 2 June, 9am – 3.30pm or 8.30am – 4.30pm

Premium Football Coaching Euro Camp 2016
Ultimate Holiday Camp for young players. Fun football coaching sessions focusing on skill, team tactic and decision making, matchplay and player development. Tournaments every afternoon followed by award ceremony.
Wilmslow High School,
Holly Road North, Wilmslow SK9 1LZ

2, 9, 16, 23 June 10am – 10.45am & 11am – 11.45am

Under 5s First Steps
Weekly active dance workshop where your little one can explore their creativity and have tons of fun! In this season we will wriggle, jiggle and jump as we explore stories, rhythm and music through our bodies. Everyone welcome, come and have a go!
Suitable for ages 2½ – 4½ .
Tickets £3.50 (£1.75 Salford residents)
The Lowry, Salford Quays. Manchester
Tel: 0843 208 6000

3 – 4 June 9am – 4pm

The Tatton Park Classic Car Spectacular
The 30th year for one of Britain’s best and most popular classic car events. Around 2,000 classic, performance and vintage cars are on show and around 80 of Britain’s top club displays including Jaguar, Lotus, Mercedes Benz, MG, Triumph and all the classics of yesteryear. Massive two-day Cheshire autojumble with specialist and general trade stand area of around 200 stalls along with the ever popular Car Mart. Light entertainment with children’s rides, refreshments and bar also available.
Adults £9, children (10 – 15 years) £6, Under 10’s FREE.
Tatton Park
Knutsford, Cheshire WA16 6QN
Tel: 01565 723863 or 01625 374400
www.tattonpark.org.uk or for more info www.cheshireautopromotions.co.uk

3, 10, 17, 24 June 11am – 12.30pm

Lookout, It’s Saturday Playhouse!
A free and weekly art activity for children and their families in our dedicated Lookout space for families. Each week we lookout for what we can see both inside and outside, taking inspiration from our theatres, galleries and surrounding landscape at Salford Quays and MediaCityUK. There’s something new to do every Saturday morning!
Suitable for ages 5 – 11.
The Lowry, Salford Quays. Manchester
Tel: 0843 208 6000

17 June 14:00 – 15:00

Behind the scenes – Machines
You are invited to look at the Mill and its machinery in more depth. Led by our expert team, this is a real opportunity to find out more about this fascinating place.
Quarry Bank Mill and Styal Estate
Styal, Wilmslow, Cheshire
Tel: 01625 527468

17 – 18 June 11am – 5pm (4pm last entry)

Medieval Fayre
The Medieval Fayre, in association with Plantagenet Events, re-creates a summer solstice spectacle. With hundreds of re-enactors and over 40 authentic traders and artisans the fayre is one of the most atmospheric events in the living history calendar. Good food, ale and mead will refresh the visitor and revive battle weary troops while music will stir the soul. Minstrels, mercenaries, men-at-arms, archers, gunners, falconers and a ragtag army of hangers-on add to the atmospheric backdrop. All is not quite what it seems though. Despite all the fun of the fayre, a jealous neighbour and his army are determined to wrest the Old Hall from its rightful owner. The ensuing Battle of Tatton Field finale each day promises to be exciting and noisy as rivalry comes into play.
Cost: The Old Hall is open for tours. Adult £7.50, Child (ages 4-15) £5, Family (2A+3Ch) £20. Car entry charges apply.
Tatton Park
Knutsford, Cheshire
Tel: 01625 374400

21 June 10 am – 12 noon

The Secret Life of Trees
Take a walk through the parkland with the rangers to learn about and identify some of Tatton’s special trees. Find out why they bare so important and how we manage them.
Minimum age: 8 years old
Cost: £10 per person, booking essential
Tatton Park
Knutsford, Cheshire
Tel: 01625 374428

21-22 June

The Royal Cheshire County Show
You will have a chance to see many interesting and fascinating aspects of farming and rural life in Cheshire. And don’t miss the entartament. Don’t miss out from the fast and furious pony club games, to majestic birds of prey and of course the spectacular Grand Parade of Champions at the Delamere Dairy Main Ring. Get ready for an astounding display of tricks and stunts as you watch the riders demonstrate astounding acrobatics. And there is brand new Delamere Dairy Main Ring Attraction – The Four Seasons of Farming. Not to miss this year is celebrity chefs Jean-Christophe Novelli and Luis Troyano who will be making special guest appearances on the stage of the Roberts Bakery Food Live theatre throughout the show. This year a giant ferris wheel, which quickly gained the nick name of the Tabley Eye in 2010 will return back! Don’t miss poultry and egg competition, vintage machinary display, dog show… Last year main attraction – Sky Swing will be there as well other different activities and fun things to see and to do.
The Royal Cheshire County Show,
Clay House Farm, Flittogate Lane, Tabley, Knutsford, Cheshire East WA16 0HJ

23 June 10.30am – 12 noon

Experitots: Materials
These popular creative activity sessions for under-6s feature puppets and storytelling to introduce the wonders of science to knee-high explorers and to help toddlers get the most out of our hand-on science gallery Experiment. This month’s session explores Materials.
£3 for one child and one adult, £2 for additional child
Limited place, booking recommended
Museum of Science & Industry
Liverpool Road, Castlefield, Manchester M3 4FP
To reserve a place: 0161 833 0027

24 June 11 am – 6 pm

Bramhall Festival with ‘Step Back In Time’ theme
This year it’s an 80’s theme with main entertainment live on the Imagine FM stage, including Dave de Grey, Alex Lees (winner of Bramhall’s Got Talent 2015), Hazell Dean (famed for 80’s hits ‘Searchin’ ‘Who’s Leaving who’ & ‘Whatever I do’), Kelly Wilde (famed for the hit ‘Gloria’), Dance at the Smithy, Debut Dance. Throughout the day visitors can enjoy entertainment and live music, well stocked pop-up bar and BBQ. Makers Market and Craft fair/market will be there as usual. And don’t miss 80’s fancy dress competition – best community group and individual – the judging will take place at 1pm.
Bramhall Lane South & Village Square
For more information contact Bramhall Together Trust:
Bramhall Together Facebook Page

24 June 13:00 – 15:00

Behind the scenes – Have a go
You are invited to have a go and try out new things at Quarry Bank Led by our expert team, this is a real opportunity to find out more about this fascinating place.
Styal, Wilmslow, Cheshire
Tel: 01625 527468

24, 25 June 10 am

The Breastfeeding Festival 2017
It is about celebrating and promoting breastfeeding, aiming to increase breastfeeding rates and duration.
Speakers will include Paediatrician Dr Victoria Thomas on Natural Term Breastfeeding, Midwife Jenny Clarke on Skin to Skin, Psychologist Dr Amy Brown on why Fed is Not Best, Pharmacist Dr Wendy Jones on Breastfeeding and Medication and a special focus on Breastfeeding Mothers with Chronic Conditions, Specialist Midwife Alison Leyland on Antenatal Banking of Colostrum, and Health Visitor Alex Murphy on When Baby Cannot Be Fed at the Breast, Academic Zainab Yate on Breastfeeding Aversion, Researcher Vicky Greene on how her Breastmilk Bacteria Went Viral and with more…
The Mayo Building,
Salford Royal Hospital Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD

24, 25 June

Cancer Research UK Race for Life
24 10am – Pretty Muddy 5K
25 June 9:30am – Pretty Muddy 10K
25 June 11am – Pretty Muddy 5K
Life-saving research relies on the amazing women who take part in Race for Life events every year. Just by signing up, you are beating cancer.
Whatever inspires you to sign up, tell everyone you know. Your friends, your family, your colleagues. Share it. Because when people know why you’re taking part, they’ll know what sponsoring your race would mean to you. Perhaps you’re a survivor, or maybe you have no personal connection to cancer, but you want to help those who do.
Whether you raise £20 or £200, every penny matters.
There are hundreds of cancers, and every penny takes us one step closer to curing them. THIS IS BEATING CANCER. Sign up RIGHT NOW. www.raceforlife.org.uk
Tatton Park
Knutsford, Cheshire
Tel: 01625 374400

27 – 28 June 7pm – 9pm

Summer Deer Walk
For centuries the Red and Fallow Deer at Tatton Park have roamed freely over 1,000 acres of beautiful parkland. Join the Rangers for guided evening walks of the summer parkland and, if lucky, observe new-born calves and fawns.
Minimum age: 8 years old.
Cost: £10 per person, this must be pre-booked
Tatton Park
Knutsford, Cheshire
Tel: 01625 374428

27 – 29 June 9.30am to 4pm

The 3foot People Festival
Nearly 15,000 pre-school children, parents and carers are expected to be overwhelmed with wonder as they experience this unique boutique festival, in Chelmsford, within the beautiful grounds of Hylands Estate. The festival will be full of activities and performances to enthuse both children and adults alike, including arts and craft-making sessions, a enormous sandpit, a mini farm, storytelling, and much more. The beautiful village of tents, tepees and domes will host an array of playful activities to inspire and entertain. The festival will also include parenting information and advice area, on site cafés, bottle warming and food heating facilities, and a nursing and nappy changing tent.
Cost: £11 adults and children over 2 years old, £5.50 for 2 -5 years olds and £2 for under 1s
Hylands Park, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 8WQ

3 comments to June 2017

  • 6 – 7 June 10am – 5pm
    Tractor Fest
    Newby Hall

    Join us for the biggest Tractor Fest in the North. A two-day festival showcasing thousands of vintage tractors, cars, lorries, stationary engines and motorcycles.

    This year’s stars are Ferguson and Massey Harris Tractors, featuring the UK’s biggest gathering of the popular Ferguson Tractors. Among the 1,500 exhibits there will also be Hot Bulb Engines and Touring Cars.

    Back by popular demand will be the MARCH OF THE TRACTORS – a parade of tractors from Newby Hall to Ripon’s historic market square.

    The event will also feature an array of fun, family activities including vintage tractor pulling, free tractor and trailer rides, interactive exhibits and working machinery, as well as food outlets and trade stands.

    £10 adults, £9 seniors, £8 children, under 4’s go free – includes entry to the garden and adventure garden.

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