Spectacular flying displays are set to fill the skies this weekend over Beverley Racecourse as the two day Kite Festival comes to town.
Taking place on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July Far Horizons promises to be a day for all the family as some of the world’s leading kite makers and kite fliers come to Beverley.
Back on the ground people will be able to try out making a kite in one of the workshops and browse a number of stalls and enjoy other entertainment.
Special buses have been put on by EYMS with shuttle services running from Beverley Bus Station, Beverley Rail Station, Flemingate Retail & Leisure, Wednesday Market and North Bar Within (outside Pizza Express) up to Beverley Racecourse.
The first bus to the Racecourse will leave Beverley Bus Station at 10.00am, and then buses will run every half hour until the last bus from the Racecourse leaving at 5.27pm.
Part of the Amy Johnson Festival which is a two-month long programme of events related to engineering and the arts to commemorate the life and achievements of Amy Johnson, as well as the 75th anniversary of her untimely death.
Tickets for the event are priced as follows;
Adults: single day £6, weekend £10
Under 18s: single day £4, weekend £6
Family: single day £15, weekend £25 (admits 2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)
Children under 3 years: Free
Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.hullboxoffice.co.uk
The event runs each day from 11AM through till 5PM
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