Summer Fayre at Oaklands College on Father’s Day

21:07 14 June 2014

Oaklands College Summer Fayre

Oaklands College Summer Fayre

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Fun for all the family is on offer at a Summer Fayre being held at Oaklands College on Father’s Day.

Taking place at the college’s St Albans Campus, in Hatfield Road, Smallford, on Sunday, there will be a host of activities to enjoy.

Running from 11am to 5pm, among the events planned are a fun fair, inflatables, craft stalls, live bands, plant sales, equestrian demonstrations, falconry displays, sports competitions, fashion show, beauty treatments and a dog show.

Visitors can also meet Oaklands’ animals, including pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, alpaca, wallabies and emus.

Other activities include sheep shearing, a petting corner, tractor and trailer rides, pony rides and lamb racing.

Entry is free and there is free parking.

For more details, visit www.oaklands.ac.uk

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