Plenty on offer at Littleport’s annual Family Fun Day

08:43 03 June 2014

Action from last year

Action from last year's Littleport Fun Day, at Littleport Leisure Centre.

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Littleport Leisure Centre’s annual Family Fun Day returns this Sunday, with a dizzying line-up of entertainment set to keep visitors engrossed long into the afternoon.

Running from 10am-5pm at the Camel Road leisure centre, the fun day will feature plenty of old favourites, including football and netball tournaments, fun fair, classic car show, boot sale, craft stalls and tug of war.

Running alongside the traditional events will be a variety of more modern additions, including a psychic event, fun dog show, schools challenge and inflatable fun and games.

There will also be performances from the Rock Vox Choir and dance troupe, the Ely Silver Starlets.

The Littleport Lions will also be in attendance and will be trying to break the record for a mile of two pence pieces at the front of the centre.

INFO: To find out more, contact Clare Pendle on 01353 860600.

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