One of Sudbury’s biggest events of the year, Party in the Park, returns to Belle Vue Park this Sunday with lots on offer.
The summer spectacular will be started in style by the Sambooba Samba Band’s procession through the park, before Sudbury mayor Robert Spivey officially opens the party.
The free, all-day event is now in its sixth year and is run by Sudbury Town Council.
Its aim is to raise the profile of clubs and groups in and around the town.
“It’s really important as it brings everyone together,” said Mr Spivey, who said he was excited to open the event.
“It’s a chance for the town council to provide Sudbury with a good day out.”
Thousands of people are expected to attend the event, which will see a variety of displays in the main arena, from martial art shows to keep fit and exercise routines.
There will also be a range of activities on offer for the whole family, with circus workshops, football skills and music drop-in sessions.
The ever-popular bouncy castles, bungee-trampolines and bungee runs will also be there, while children will have the chance to try out coaching sessions from local rugby and tennis clubs.
“The mix of activities is particularly good,” said Mr Spivey.
“As well as the activities, there will be a whole range of music performances and even music workshops.”
Party in the Park starts at 11am and last entry to the public will be at 8pm.