Leicestershire County Cricket Club’s famous Family Fun Day makes a return to the Uptonsteel County Ground on Monday 30 August.
The day is totally free for you to enjoy as Leicestershire CCC face Kent CCC on Day 1 of LV= County Championship action on the late Summer Bank Holiday Monday. An array of family entertainment will be available throughout the day for everyone to enjoy as well as the chance to watch the Running Foxes in action.
To make the day even better, entry is completely free for all visitors. There will be entertainment for the whole family with a wide range of fun activities between 11am and 4pm.
The Foxes Den will also be open throughout the day. Professional coaching staff will be running different activities for children to try out and learn new cricket skills. Whilst you’re in the Foxes Den, visit the bouncy castle, face painting station and get involved with some arts and crafts activities.
Also, be sure to take part in the ‘Find a Fox’ treasure hunt for a chance to win some fantastic prizes!
A wide range of food and drink options will also be on offer, plus ice cream van sweet stalls of course. Make sure you visit the Friends of Grace Road who will be located inside the Bennett Bar serving their delicious famous homemade cakes during the afternoon.
Leicestershire County Cricket Club CEO Sean Jarvis said: “We are thrilled to have an opportunity to open our doors once again to the local community to come along to our ever popular annual Family Fun Day event.
“I’d encourage our local neighbours and the wider community of Leicestershire to have a great day out on us. You’ll experience the unique matchday experience here at the Uptonsteel County Ground with a range of fantastic family activities as well. We can’t wait to welcome everybody to the ground again.”
The fun starts at 11am on Monday 30 August.
Please note that the Uptonsteel County Ground is now a cashless stadium and all payments for food and beverages must be made via a debit or credit card.
*Admission is completely free, to comply with government guidelines all visitors will be required to scan in via the NHS Track and Trace App or complete a contact data form upon entry.