Enjoy Pimms on the lawn with Ansons at Sutton Family Fest – 11 & 12 August 2017

14th July 2017

The expert legal team at Ansons will be leaving their desks for lawn games at this year’s Sutton Family Fest at Sutton Coldfield Rugby club.

The Sutton Family Fest, which starts from 6.30pm on Friday 11th August and runs all day on Saturday 12th August, is set to be a fun-filled event for all ages. Hailed as Sutton’s charity and community festival, the two-day fair will once again play host to all forms of entertainments, food and fun activities catering to all tastes.

The bill includes an excellent line-up of live music, headlined by Andy Bennett of Ocean Colour Scene, local bands, a funfair, climbing wall, charity village, Jedi training, dog show, dad dancing competition, talent show and more.

As if that was not enough, you can sample a variety of street food and drinks will be flowing at the Sutton beer festival and prosecco tent.

If it all sounds too good to be over in a day, you can even stay the night by taking up one of the camping packages available. Tickets can be purchased from Sutton Rugby Club or online, and under 14’s go free.

Ansons are delighted to be one of the main sponsors of the event, and on Saturday 12 August we will be hosting our own tent full of fun and games for all the family. Try your hand at hook-a-duck or lawn games and let us treat you to a glass of Pimms and a cupcake or two!

Lawyers from a range of our departments will be at the show for a friendly chat to discuss any legal concerns you may have about your familyproperty or business interests.

Do make sure to stop by our stand for some complimentary refreshments, a chance to win a prize hamper in our draw and a chat with our solicitors as part of your festival experience. We look forward to seeing you there.

Click here to find out more about the Sutton Family Fest and book tickets.


This article is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. It should not be used as a substitute for legal advice relating to your particular circumstances. Please note that the law may have changed since the date this article was published.