After a fun day out for the whole family this July? Then look no further than Sparks In The Park; the annual festival returning to Horsham Park on Sunday 12th July!
There will be something for everyone at this fun day out; here are some highlights that we can’t wait for…
Alice In Wonderland Day
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s legendary Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, this year’s festival has gone “down the rabbit hole” with an Alice-tastic theme to the entire day. With it’s very own mad hatters tea-party and a prize for the best dressed Alice character, what’s not to love?
The Great Horsham Bake Off
Are you a fan of BBC’s Bake Off? Are you known as the next Mary Berry or Paul Hollywood? Then you’d better get baking for the Great Horsham Bake Off! Organised by the Horsham Rotary LINC group, entry is free includes various categories such as scones, cupcakes and under 12 years. Fancy your chances of being cake champion? Email [email protected] to enter and find out more!
Food Glorious Food
After all that fancy-dress making and bake-off excitement, you’re bound to be a bit peckish. Well fear not; this year’s Sparks In The Park will have two food zones bursting with delicious morsels for you to try and buy. Participating brands include The Pig & Jacket, The Pizza Oven and Southern Counties Ice Cream…yum!
SprungDigi Digital Art Festival
This year, Sparks In The Park are proud to launch the SprungDigi digital arts festival; a free event featuring the work of local learning disabled people alongside digital artists. The festival is supported by Horsham District Council and Art Council England and will celebrate it’s final day in Horsham Park at the Sparks event. Head down to show your support and see some of the fantastic artistic creations on offer.
Are you heading to the festival? Don’t forget to tweet your photos from the day to @HorshamBlog!