THERE are just days to go until the biggest family day of the summer – Trafford Live.

Trafford Council and Lancashire Cricket Club are hosting the family bonanza within the grounds of the town hall on Talbot Road and the Foster’s Fan Village at Emirates Old Trafford on Sunday.

Exhibitors include LegoLand, the Imperial War Museum, The National Trust, the RSPB, and Guide Dogs for the blind.

The event, running from 11am to 4pm, is free and includes dozens of activities and displays showcasing Trafford’s sports, history and culture.

The event, which is organised and run by the Trafford Partnership, will feature a number of zones including sport, communities, armed forces, family entertainment, arts and crafts, nature trails.

The town hall’s sunken garden will also host a number of live acts throughout the day including Flixton Band, Wayne Devlin, MancElvis and the SocialLites choir.

Visitors can get active with Trafford’s sporting clubs, challenge themselves by trying out a climbing wall and meeting some well-known sporting mascots.

And, what’s more, there is even a cricket match taking place on the day - the T20 Vitality Blast fixture between Lancashire and Durham at 2.30pm. The Emirates Old Trafford Foster’s Fan Village will be free to enter, with T20 match tickets starting from just £8 for adults and £1 for kids.

Trafford Council leader Cllr Andrew Western said: “Trafford is home to some of the best sport, culture and leisure attractions in the world as well as boasting fantastic grass roots and community organisations. At Trafford Live we bring all of these together in a fun filled celebration and we were delighted to join with Lancashire Cricket Club last year to make the event even better.”