Let's Play Out: school term sessions

Let's Play Out sessions are for children to play, make friends and get messy. Sessions are ‘open access’ meaning that children are free to come and go.

Sessions are child led, so they choose what they want to do, or what equipment they use.

Child with messy hands

Who are sessions for?

Let's Play Out Sessions are for all children aged from 6 to 12 years old.

Children under the age of 6 are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.

When and where do sessions take place?

Select one of the following areas to find out when and where Let's Play Out sessions take place:


The Let's Play Out sessions in Denbigh take place every Monday during school term, from 3:15pm to 4:45pm at Cae Hywel.

Venue information

The address for Cae Hywel is

Maes Y Goron
LL16 3PY


Parking is available at Mount Pleasant


The Let's Play Out sessions in Dyserth take place every Thursday during school term, from 3:15pm to 4:45pm at Dyserth Multi Use Games Area (MUGA).

The Let's Play Out sessions in Dyserth are delivered in partnership with Dyserth Community Council.

Venue information

There are no toilet facilities at this venue.


The address for Dyserth MUGA is:

Thomas Ave
LL18 6AN


There is limited parking at the Dyserth Multi Use Games Area (MUGA)


The Let's Play Out sessions in Rhyl take place every Tuesday during school term, from 3:30pm to 5pm at Ysgol Christchurch.

Venue information


The address for Ysgol Christchurch is:

Ernest Street
LL18 2DS


Parking is currently unavailable at Ysgol Christchurch

How to get involved

Sessions are free for children to attend but parents or guardians of children will need to register their child's details for each area they would like their child to attend Let’s Play Out sessions. 

Let’s Play Out sessions are fully inclusive, you can let us know any needs when registering a place online.

Register your child's details

Facilities for children with Additional Learning Needs (ALN)

If your child has Additional Learning Needs (ALN), please let us know and we can make the session accessible.

More information

If you would like more information about this session, you can contact the Play Ranger Service.