Residents are being reminded to join the fun at an Activity Day and Teddy Bear’s Picnic and take advantage of a host of free activities in Garth Park.
Organised by Bicester Town Council, this annual event for children and young people up to the age of 16, takes place in Garth Park, off Launton Road, and has become a firm favourite on the summer calendar.
Among the free activities are Go Karts, a climbing wall, obstacle course, exotic animal experience, children’s show, messy play, sculpting, drumming workshops and a mountain bike track.
Bicester Activity Day will also host planting workshops, hedgehog experience and den building.
Young people and their families are invited to bring a picnic and their teddy bear and be in with a chance of winning the Best Dressed Teddy contest, which will be judged by the Mayor Sean Gaul, the Mayor’s consort, his wife Louise and their son Miles. Three prizes of Coles Bookstore vouchers are up for grabs for the winner.
The fun starts at 11am, in Garth Park, off Launton Road, and finishes at 3pm.