The village of Ickleton in South Cambridgeshire will host the inaugural Icklestock in September: a huge day of community celebration packed with live music, great food, kids fun and a range of stalls.
The event is being held as part of a fundraising drive for the Ickleton Park Project, an initiative championing the transformation of Ickleton’s recreation ground. Villagers hope that this six-acre green space can evolve into a “unique and visionary space that encourages a healthy outdoor lifestyle for young and old – one that can be enjoyed by the whole of the South Cambs and Essex community”.
The plans in the offing include bouldering zones, scooter tracks, percussion paths, exercise stations, community orchard and a perimeter walkway.
Icklestock, a not-for-profit mini festival, is on 9 September and features a host of live music, an awesome kids zone and some seriously tasty food from popular local traders including Guerrilla Kitchen, Bread & Meat, Stem & Glory and Steak & Honour – not to mention local craft beers and a selection of artisan stalls. Get the full lowdown on the Icklestock website.