People in the borough are gearing up for the annual Arnold Carnival, with an extra day added for the crowd pleasing event.
The annual extravaganza will now open to the public on Friday night and run over the weekend of June 14, 15 and 16 in Arnot Hill Park.
This year’s line-up including over 40 live music and dance acts, arts and crafts activities, a fun dog show, fun fair, BMX and skateboarding sessions and a memorial flypast.
Over the three days there will be a mix of professional and community music, dance, local school bands, choirs and solo artists.
There will also be a children’s arts and craft activity marquee hosted by the Gedling Play Forum a Fun Dog Show on both days organised by Notts & Yorks Boxer Rescue with 10 classes per day to enter, including a Best in Show category and over 150 craft, charity, information and trade stalls, Street Entertainers and a food & drink court.
Favourites also include Children’s Fun Fair and BMX/Skateboarding sessions in the skate-park bowl.
Sunday morning opens at 10.30am with the Arnold Churches Together Morning Service and scheduled for Sunday afternoon, a Battle of Britain Memorial Flypast.
The carnival will be open on Friday (June 14) between 6pm-10.30pm, Saturday 12pm-10.30pm, Sunday 10.30am-6pm
Free entertainment on all three days for all the family. Limited on site parking.
For more information visit http://www.gedling.gov.uk/resident/community/arnoldcarnival/arnoldcarnival/