The countdown has begun to the free Dizzy Heights festival on Fleetwood promenade next weekend.
A heady mix of comedy, music, high diving and a world record attempt will take place, alongside such lofty activities as zip wire rides and a climbing wall.
Everyone is invited to the seafront to join in free fun and celebrate Fleetwood’s planned £1.5m of improvements along the promenade, including a new skate park and splash pool.
The fun event takes place on Saturday May 24, from noon to 5pm, and the running order for the five-hour spectacle is now complete.
One highlight will be a display by La Quebrada, the Mexican high-diving company who caused a splash on Britain’s Got Talent.
They intend to attempt a world record towards the end of the event, at around 4.30pm.
There will be live performances from local bands The People and Hooker.
The event will also include a colourful parade of fools and Bernie Bennett’s tightrope show.
Details of the full programme will be published in next week’s Weekly News.