Cliffe Castle Park in Keighley is to host its very first family Eco Day event encouraging people to look after the planet.

The event which is a collaboration between Bradford Council and Mind The Gap takes place on Sunday between 11am and 3.15pm.

Mind The Gap, England’s leading learning disability performance and live arts company, will hold performances of their new family friendly short play about climate change called, Leave The Light on for Me at 12.30pm and 2.30pm.

There will also be lots of other free things for people of all ages to get involved with including seed giveaways and a unique photography activity with Keighley Photo Hub.

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Cliffe Castle Support Group will also be there with a guided Flower Insect Timed Count (11am to 12 pm, meet at the first glasshouse) and a Meadow Wildflower Walk to take a closer look at the Cliffe Castle Meadows (12.30pm to 1.15pm meet at the picnic area).

River Worth Friends will be testing people’s knowledge of how long different items of litter remain in the environment with their fun display.

Riddlesden Green Connection with Plastic Free Riddlesden and Zero Waste Thelma will be demonstrating ideas for sustainable living, with eco-liquids and plastic free products to buy.