A family-friendly day of activities returns for the first time in four years this weekend courtesy of Lancashire County Cricket Club and Trafford Council.

Trafford Live returns on June 18, Fathers' Day, after disruption due to the coronavirus crisis.

The family-friendly day of activities at Old Trafford and the town hall on Talbot Road coincides with a fixture between Lancashire County Cricket Club against Durham County Cricket Club in the T20 Blast tournament. 

Trafford Live is free for everyone while the fixture is free for children and £5 for adults from Trafford. It is £5 for children and £10 for adults from elsewhere.

The event is divided into zones, from entertainment to sport, with something for everyone of all ages. There are refreshments on offer and a Stall Zone for residents to learn how to become involved in their communities.

Daniel Gidney, the chief executive of Lancashire County Cricket Club, said: "We are thrilled to be teaming up with Trafford Council to get involved with Trafford Live once again. It is a brilliant event for the people of Trafford to attend and a great opportunity for them to get behind their local side.

"We hope to welcome even more residents through the gates of Old Trafford this year, to watch the likes of England stars Jos Buttler, Liam Livingstone and Phil Salt in action."

Tom Ross, the leader of Trafford Council, added: "This is the first time we've been able to put on Trafford Live for four years and I can't wait. 

"This year's event coincides with Fathers' Day so it's a great chance to enjoy the sunshine and have a fantastic time."

Trafford Live returns on June 18 (Fathers' Day). It runs until 4pm at Old Trafford and the town hall on Talbot Road.

For information go to cricket.lancashirecricket.co.uk or, for those from Trafford, cricket.lancashirecricket.co.uk/trafford-residents/.

This article was written by Jack Tooth. To contact him, email jack.tooth@newsquest.co.uk or follow @JTRTooth on Twitter.