Mini safari, a Mexican lunch, parachute games, a Tibetan singing bowl, and pilates are just some of the activities that will be taking place on top of the Cumbrian fells.

On Saturday, it is hoped that more than 700 people will ascend all of the Wainwright Fells across the Lake District to take part in a record-breaking attempt, which will also highlight the need to live sustainably and be mindful about the environment.

Amy Bray, 17, founded Another Waynwright Day as an alternative way to get people talking about making positive lifestyle changes.

“I really hope it’s going to be the event that everyone has been hoping it will be,” she said.

“I’m very excited to meet everyone and talk to the public up the fells.”

Local organisations, not just environmentally-focused ones, have unified to support Amy and her charity.

The RSPB, scouting and dancing groups, other environmental groups, and schools will be hosting events on the fells.

Amy remarked: “I think it’s important to share our experiences and what we’re doing because sometimes you can feel quite isolated if you’re trying to change your own habits.

“I’m excited to try and show people that there are so many other people out there doing the same thing.

“Our community is so vibrant and I think we can have so much fun.”

More than 50 activities will be taking place throughout the day - from the bizarre to the completely ordinary.

“There is all sorts going on that I am really excited about,” said Amy.

“Things like yoga, nature-friendly farming talks and Mexican picnics. We’ve got llamas coming up a fell, electric wheelchairs, we’ve got wild swimming, football games, and all sorts.

“I really like the idea of the repair cafe, I think that will be a great one.”

It has the backing of big names such as Chris Packham, Sir Chris Bonington, Roz Savage, Alan Hinkes, and Mike Berners-Lee.

Amy added: “Climbing a fell is a way of getting outdoors in nature and connecting to the outdoors, which is so important to motivate people to start conserving our world.”