With the summer holidays now underway, you may be looking for activities to keep the kids busy, active and occupied over the next few weeks.
Wrexham Council is offering a number of free play activities at venues across the county borough this summer – including crafts, play schemes, free swimming sessions and much, much more!
All activities are staffed play trained play professionals and there are plenty of free options taking place over the next five weeks.
Cllr Paul Rogers, Lead Member for Youth Services and Anti-Poverty, said: “Six weeks is a long time – and to bored youngsters, it can seem a lot longer. To worn-out and busy parents, it can seem even longer than that!
“But our huge range of play schemes, thanks to funding from Community Councils, will make sure children have plenty to do during the summer holidays, with plenty on offer for all.
“This is a good example of partnership working between the County Borough Youth and Play services and Community Councils.”
In addition to the range of great activities already on offer, the Play Development Team has just confirmed it will run a brand new play scheme in Cefn Mawr and Acrefair. These sessions will run from 11am until 1pm on Mondays and Wednesdays at Plas Kynaston Park, Cefn Mawr, and at the same time on Fridays at the school field in Acrefair.
Of course Play Day is also returning to Wrexham town centre on Wednesday – so be sure to pop down between midday and 4pm for an afternoon of fun!
Everyone is welcome and it promises to be a very busy day chock-full of activities – so don’t miss out!
You can find out more about the full range of activities on offer from Wrexham Council here.