THE Westbrook Big Party returned to Gulliver’s World in Warrington at the weekend, with more than 2,000 local people attending the annual event.
This was the sixth year the popular event, for people from the WA5 area, has taken place.
Alan Guthrie, the organiser from Westbrook and Callands Communities, said: “We were thrilled to welcome our local community to this popular event.
“Gulliver’s World have kindly hosted this event for the local community since its inaugural event in 2016, and while we had to reduce numbers in 2021 due to Covid restrictions, we were thrilled to be back to pre covid numbers this year.”
The Westbrook Big Party ran from 5.30pm until 9pm and was officially opened by the Mayor of Warrington along with St Phillips choir.
This family fun event included local community groups and clubs including the British Heart Foundation, Culture Warrington, LiveWire and The Land Trust and local Scout Groups.
Mel Burrows Carr, resort manager at Gulliver’s World said: “It was fantastic to see more than 2000 local people attended the evening, the weather was great, and everybody had a good time.
“We were thrilled to be welcoming the local community back to Gulliver’s World for this fabulous family event.
“We know how much work Alan and the team of organisers put into getting this event right for the local community and it is a great opportunity for people to find out more about the clubs, activities and events that are right on their doorstep.”