A DAZZLING dog display followed by a high energy cheerleading routine helped pull in the crowds for an important open day.

More than 800 people popped along to Millington to learn about the work of the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT).

Special guests were the charity’s patrons and actors Lee Boardman and Jennifer James plus Coronation Street’s Chris Bisson.

But the children had their eyes on the mascots of Warrington Wolves, Manchester United, Stockport County and CAFT who all went head-to-head in an It’s A Knockout race.

Around £4,500 was raised thanks to the hard work of an army of 80 volunteers.