Last weekend we travelled down from our home in Loughborough to Guildford, visiting Surrey sports park where the amazing GoFest took place. A two-day event where children, brothers, sisters, mums and dads all got to be involved in a family fun affair. Our Batfast Cricket Simulator was accompanied by over 40 different sports from Archery-tag to Volleyball.
Its always great to have a family fun day filled with activities to keep everyone entertained. The Krishna Avanti School in London hosted this event in order to raise funds for the school and we were so happy to be a part of their great cause. Having worked with them in the past during the FOAH summer fair showed they really loved our product.
This was our first ever visit to The Game Fair and we were left star struck. Definitely one of the biggest venues we have held our cricket simulator. The game fair boasted a record breaking crowd of approximately 107,000 people as they witnessed shooting, fishing and engaged in loads of shopping which was complimented by great weather throughout the weekend.
A festival like no other! We were so lucky to be a part of Bedford's biggest and best event. Bedford River Festival boasted a crowd of at least 300,000 people over the 2 days this year. More than 50,000 from the same event that happened two years ago. The great weather definitely complimented the fun activities that were on show for the festival.
On 9th June 2016, we were part of the event that celebrated the Queen's 90th Birthday at the Thame, in Oxford. It was held by the Manoj Parmar Cricket Academy and we were glad to be a big part of the event. Despite the cloudy and rainy forecast, the fans of the sport did not disappoint with their presence as they came out in numbers to cheer the young lads who played gully (street) cricket. Manoj Parmar, who has previously played for the Indian National team and is the founder of MP Sports Cricket Academy was the brains of this event and no one was let down.