Why not come along to Bangor this Easter for a day packed full with free family fun. Bangor’s seafront will have something to appeal to everyone from 12.00 – 6.00 pm.
Starting at the McKee Clock arena over 150 of Ireland’s top modified cars will be displayed all day. The organisers boldly promise to offer ‘cars more luxurious than a Bentley, faster than a Ferrari and with more toys than a Mercedes’.
Strolling along the promenade, children can dress up as pirates, dance along to the Blackbeard Jump, the Jolly Roger Jiggle and The Land Ahoy Jive or just play a quick game of Connect 4 or Jenga.
With live street theatre and Ireland’s first ever upside down bike expect to be entertained for the whole day.
At 3.00 pm over 180 children from St Malachy’s Primary School, Cygnet House, St Columbanus College, Friend’s Dance, Barre De Soul, Rathgael Gymnastics and St Gall’s Brownies and Guides will be taking to the streets as part of a spectacular pirate parade.
The Mayor of North Down, Councillor John Montgomery will lead off the parade in a bright yellow Mustang from the Leisure Centre onto Main Street, along Quay Street, turning into High Street and making its way back up to the Leisure Centre.
At 4.00 pm at Pickie Glenn Ross will pull in the crowds to watch him try to break a World Record.
For further information check www.northdowntourism.com