We are very disappointed that, due to concerns about COVID-19 and public health, we have had to cancel this year’s Big Bash. However, we will be back bigger and better next year! We hope to see you soon but in the meantime take care and stay safe.
A Walk to School and literacy celebration
Book now for the annual mini-festival Buster’s Big Bash taking place on Saturday 15th August 2020! This year Buster will be celebrating a very special birthday as the Charity celebrates its 20th anniversary.
The event is staged every year – usually in May – when families from across the county gather in Canterbury’s Dane John Gardens on a Saturday to celebrate the success of the walk to school campaign (including Walk on Wednesday and Buster’s Book Club).
Every child that is pre-registered for the free event is able to take part in a range of fun physical and brain-taxing activities, including space hopper racing and a go-kart zone. The first 300 children to check in on the morning will receive a goody bag and every child who completes their challenge sheet will be awarded with attraction vouchers. Watch out for other great prizes up for grabs on the day!
The event starts with a double record attempt to stage the biggest walk to school ‘crocodile’ that has ever walked down a Kent street. After completing the challenge activities, we’ll enjoy a circus performance with our teddy bears’ picnic.