A day of live music an entertainment will be on offer in Catterick Garrison this Saturday.
The third annual Party in the Park is open to all military personnel, their dependents and the local community.
It is a free event with an outdoor concert provided by a range of different types of music.
Acts will include Eliot Kennedy’s “Rock & Soul Review” featuring Joanne Heselden-Edwards as well as Leodis, Fargo, Megan Bird, Max Restaino, Tesni Jones of The Voice 2018 fame and Lauren Fay Moss.
The staged live music will take place between 2pm and 9.30pm at Ypres Lines just off Hipswell Road West and Richmond Road. The postcode is DL9 3JF.
Visitors are encouraged to set up picnics within the wider grassed area, although there will be several food stalls and a bar provided by the Richmond Brewing Company.
In addition, there will be child-friendly activities such as face painting and bouncy castles set up in a children’s area and Murphy’s Funfair.
A military equipment display area will be established during the initial phase of the event lasting between three and four hours to show the wider community exactly what the Army does.
Lieutenant Colonel Joe Jordan, the commander of Catterick Garrison, said: “Although there will be a very clear military stamp on the day the aim is to deliver a fun and entertaining day for everyone and to deepen the links between the Garrison, the wider military family and the local community.
“It also looks as though we are going to be blessed with great weather and some scorching temperatures.”