A Summer Fete and live music event will be held at the Northcote Heavy Horse Centre on Saturday.
The fete is one of the major fundraisers for the sanctuary, which is a registered charity and provides forever homes to horses and ponies that need their help.
This year’s fete will also be hosting some live music from local musicians, and the music side of the day has been kindly organised by The Bell Pub at Halton Holegate, who will also be running their outside licensed bar on the day too.
In addition there will be displays and demonstrations from the centre’s own horses as well as falconer Derek Tindall and his Birds Of Prey.
There will be stalls and food available as well as games, have a go archery and more. Gates open at 10.45am and the day runs into the evening. Admission is £5 for adults and £3 for children and OAPs.
“The day is set to be a wonderful family day out,” said the centre’s Terena Bolam (pictured).
“The sanctuary has been running for 24 years and these types of events really help to boost the much needed income in order to care for the big and small horses that live at the charity’s home.”
For more information, or to book a stall, call Terena on 07899 815960, visit www.northcotehorses.com or go to their facebook page.