Sheffield Wednesday’s annual family fun day Owls in the Park promises to be bigger and better for 2015 with more activities and entertainment than ever before.
As well as the opportunity to meet the players and enjoy live music from one of the most popular Blues Brothers tribute bands in the country, fans can participate in a whole range of fun-filled activities, including a giant inflatable football pitch, bubble football and the biggest dog show in Yorkshire.
Other attractions include a medieval re-enactment, an ‘It’s a Knockout’ tournament, craft stalls, animal displays and dance performances. Fans can also have their photos taken with the FA Cup – the most iconic domestic football trophy in the world.
A fully licensed bar will be available on the day as well as a range of food and drink stalls.
Matt Bray, Social Inclusion Manager for the Owls’ Community Programme, said: “Owls in the Park is a great event for everyone and this year promises to be the best so far. We’ve planned even more activities and events than previous years and we’re really excited to see thousands of our supporters in the park on the day.
“It’s a great chance for fans to come together, to meet the players and to experience a range of different activities.”
A raft of charities, including Support Dogs, Bluebell Wood, St. Luke’s Hospice and The Royal Society For The Blind, will be attending the event and holding stalls and activities to raise both money and awareness.
The free of charge event, organised in conjunction with the Sheffield Wednesday Community Programme and Sheffield City Council, attract thousands of people throughout the day, with something for all the family.
Owls in the Park 2015 takes place in Hillsborough Park on Sunday 19 July, from 11.00am to 5:30pm.
See you there!