THE Children’s Adventure Farm Trust is holding its 18th annual family fun day on Sunday, September 22, and is appealing for the help of the community to make it a huge success.

Each year the charity puts on the free entry event for local families and individuals, and is hoping to make this year’s event bigger than ever.

Community Fundraiser Rob Bashforth, who is organising the event said: “The weather conspired against us last year and sadly we had to cancel the event at the 11th hour, which was such a difficult decision as we know it’s a firm favourite for many families.

“We hated disappointing so many people so we’re more determined than ever to make this year’s event the best yet.

“There will be something for everyone, young and old alike. Everything from live music to classic cars, face painting to fairground rides and everything in between including our famous mascot race.

Knutsford Guardian:

“It’s a free entry event and we’d like as many people as possible to join us for a day of fun at the Farm.”

The charity is also appealing for sponsors to come forward to help them to meet the expenses of the event.

Donations of all sizes will be welcome and acknowledged in the event programme.

There’s so much going on at this year’s event including stalls and games, with a special sporty area being run by Altrincham Football Club. The fairy princesses from Be Our Guest Entertainment will be joined by Stormtroopers from the 99th Garrison to meet and greet visitors, along with some larger than life mascots who will join in the fun.

Knutsford Guardian:

The charity will also be keeping guests fed and watered with a barbecue and hog roast. There’ll also be a traditional tea room and ice cream served from a vintage VW camper van.

Guests will also be able to view many of the charity’s excellent facilities, and even meet their alpacas, dinki donkeys, pygmy goats and sheep. The free entry event will run from 1pm to 5pm.