Live ball-by-ball action of the fourth npower Ashes Test is being shownwithin Wollaton Hall?s historic grounds on a giant screen on Saturdayand Sunday for free - and Notts Chief Executive Derek Brewer is lookingforward to a successful event.

He said: ?While Trent Bridge is a complete sell-out we have hadhundreds of people expressing an interest in watching the action andwith the weather set fair Wollaton Park is bound to be busy.

?It?s the perfect venue for an event of this kind and we?re encouragingeverybody to bring their family and a picnic to enjoy a fantastic dayout.?

Admission to Wollaton Park is free and with the ECB Roadshow on site,along with family fun fair rides, there?s plenty of activities for allthe family.

Food and drink outlets are available, with beer and soft drinksprovided by event sponsors Fosters, but visitors will be able to taketheir own food and drink along as well.

Nottingham City Council is encouraging the use of public transportwherever possible, with an all-day Kangaroo ticket for local bus, tramand train journeys costing just ?2.50.

Car parking is also available at the Park for ?2.

Bus routes and times can be found by calling 0870 608 2608 or by visiting