Children from across Denbighshire will have the chance to take part in a free day of play.
Rhyl’s Oak Tree Centre will host Denbighshire’s national Play Day event on Wednesday, August 2 between 11amand 3pm.
Organised by Denbighshire County Council’s Community Well-being Team to help children enjoy their summer holiday, the free event will feature a host of activities including a waterslide, computer deconstruction, imagination playground, messy play, ninja training camp, disability sports, soccerama, arts and crafts and a bungee run.
Dawn Anderson, Denbighshire childcare manager, said: “Last year at least 1,500 people attended the event and the feedback was amazing.
“Play is a fundamental part of children's lives and Play Day will be a great chance to offer children a great day out full of fun activities.
“The event is free and we would encourage parents from across Denbighshire to bring their children and enjoy everything that is on offer.”
We would encourage as many attendees from the Rhyl area to walk to the Play Day event as the car park for the centre will be closed. Drivers are advised to be mindful of parking outside properties and to make sure driveways are kept clear.
Posted on Friday 21st July 2017