Reynard the Fox visits Enderby


Place to Grow Open Day - Reynard the Fox

Two FREE family performances about the adventurous fox Reynard will take place at Blaby District Council’s A Place to Grow Open Day in Enderby on Saturday 22 July.

In partnership with Centre Stage, Fabularium and the Arts Council, the fun family show brings traditional storing telling style blending puppetry, live music and song. Reynard the Fox is the loveable rogue of the forest but, caught red-handed, the trickster’s luck just might be running out …

Can a silver tongue and a twinkling eye save the rascal’s red tail?

Performances will take place at 12.30pm and 2.30pm at the A Place to Grow Garden at Mill Lane, Enderby, LE19 4BX. Families are advised to bring their own picnic blanket to enjoy the performances on the grass area.

This year’s popular annual open day at the A Place to Grow garden will be from 11am-3pm, and include a children’s garden hunt, garden games, planting activities, and the sale of plants and produce from the garden.

There will also be a BBQ, cake, refreshments and an ice cream van on offer. All proceeds will go towards the running of the garden.

Supporting positive health and wellbeing, A Place to Grow is a free to use sustainable community garden. The project encourages people to learn new skills by producing and eating healthy food, being physically active, getting involved in the community and meeting new people in a friendly, informal and safe environment. 

The site is aimed at anyone with mental and physical health related problem who wants to improve their Health and Wellbeing.

To book tickets for the free performances of Reynard, fill out the form via the link below.

Register for Reynard the Fox

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