A spectacular acrobatic circus act will wow the crowds with soaring feats when it performs at Manea Gala at the weekend.
The Vander Brothers, who have previously performed on ITV show Britain’s Got Talent and for the Queen, are bringing their two-wheel Wheel of Death display to the 60th annual event on Saturday.
The stunt double will be showing off jaw-dropping acrobatic moves while spinning on two wheels more than 50 feet off the ground. The display will be one of many main ring attractions at the event, along with a show from the 3Sixty Mountain Bike Display Team.
The day kicks off when a colourful parade of decorated floats and other vehicles leaves Manea Community Primary School for a tour of the village at 11.30am.
The procession will then head back to the S M Guy Memorial Playing Field in Park Road at 1pm, when the gala is officially opened.
The fun-filled family afternoon includes the ever-popular classic car show, along with displays of tractors, motorbikes and commercial lorries, and even a glider from Peterborough and Spalding Gliding Club.
There will also be funfair rides, a flypast from an aircraft of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, a dog show, keep fit displays, a huge selection of stalls and trade stands, a licensed bar and a variety of hot and cold foods.
At around 5.30pm, the gala moves into an evening of live music and entertainment with six different bands taking to the stage to play music from across the gala’s 60-year history.
For more information on the day, visit www.maneagala.co.uk or the Manea Gala Facebook page.