On a lovely sunny Sunday, friends and families came together in Grimsby’s People’s Park for a summer community event, Family Sunday.
Family Sunday was organised by The Culture House, a company dedicated to bringing arts and culture to more people, hosting free events for the community. The weekend’s event brought a whole host of live music, food and entertainment to People’s Park, allowing the people of North East Lincolnshire to relax in the sunshine with a picnics while enjoying live performances.
Local crafts people had stalls selling jewellery, keepsakes and other homemade items, and families could enjoy a barbeque or hot hog roast roll from Hog & Rooster alongside a cool, refreshing drink. Singers and bands played in the bandstand, and children were enchanted by the street acts.
‘Market Place’ by C-12 Dance Theatre entertained with a show that aims to get kids to eat their fruit through circus skills, parkour and dance, and Corey Baker Dance had the children laughing with his dance act, ‘Headphones’. Mark Mark Productions presented their popular show, Last Chance to see, and everybody loved the bubbles from Earthbound Misfits. Plus, families could take part in a free mini beast hunt – what a fun way to explore the grounds of this beautiful park!
The fun is continuing throughout August with Picnic in the Park, every Sunday at People’s Park, so fingers crossed for lots of sunshine. For more information, visit The Culture House website or their Facebook page.