SEVERAL family-friendly activities will be available during a climate change and environmental health awareness event.
Manningtree Earth Festival attendees can follow the Nature Challenge Trail in the Biodiversity Area on the day.
At the edge of the beach in the aquatic zone, the organizers of the earth festival can show a range of animals available in a clean river.
John Hall, organizer of the Manningtree Earth Festival, said: ‘There’s plenty for adults too, of course.
“With over 40 booths, 18 hard-hitting talks from top speakers, ten workshops, multiple food outlets and upbeat music from five bands.”
The food court offers great food and participants can learn where their food comes from in the food miles game.
In the energy and recycling zone, the recycling challenge will see which family can put the most items in the correct recycling bins in the least amount of time.
The Manningtree Land Festival is free thanks to the support of the Manningtree District Chamber of Commerce, Essex County Council, tender board and Practical Actions for Climate Change and the Environment (PACE)
The free event will take place on Sunday, June 26 between noon and 8 p.m.
Stalls and activities can be found in Manningtree town centre, starting from the beach on Quay Street, through South Street, past the Red Lion Pub to the Methodist Church Hall.
For more information, visit manningtreearthfestival.org/.