Join us for a 1 hour play session on our super play floor for dancing, imaginative play, singing, climbing and exploration.
Join us at the Elmscroft Community Centre as we celebrate Playday in Gloucester for our second year.
Bring a picnic and come in play clothes.
We are a community Playday welcoming all the family and well behaved dogs. We will have lots to do including craft, soft play, den building, giant games and a Thomas the Tank Engine themed model railway.
Come and celebrate with us as BAPP turns 40 in the heart of the city in Queen Square.
There will be lots of different play opportunities including the usual plus some exciting new ones!
- Straw dens Sensory pyramid
- Under 5s bell tent Loose parts & scrap tent Construction Drumming and Inflatables inc Ringworld
Bring a picnic and come and play for free.
Activities such as loose parts play, sports and creative zones and big games will all feature at Playday this year.
We are going to fill the park with cardboard boxes!
Field open for play, including Play Beach giant sandpit, and the Dengineering zone. Bring a picnic, bring your family and friends.
Bikes, kites, bubbles, footballs all welcome.
On Wednesday 7th August, Llanthony Secunda Priory will be hosting Playday, the national day for play.
Playday is the biggest play sector event in the UK, and possibly Europe! As well as a celebration of children’s right to play, it is a campaign that highlights the importance of play in children’s lives and is coordinated by Play England, in partnership with Play Wales, Play Scotland and PlayBoard Northern Ireland.
This years event will be full of fun activities for all ages. Full details to be announced soon.
If you would like to have a stall at this years playday, or offer a free taster class contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wrexham will once again be celebrating National Playday with an event held in Wrexham town centre, on Wednesday 7th August from 12:00 to 4:00 on Queen Square and Llwyn Isaf (the Guildhall field).
Playday is for people of all ages including babies and toddlers, older children, teenagers, parents, professionals and grandparents, all are invited to join in this free and playful event. Organisations involved in children’s play and playwork from across Wrexham will be coming together to provide a wide range of playful opportunities, including favourites like the giant sandpit, mass water fight, and junk play.
The aim of this event is to highlight children’s right to play, encouraging people to recognise the value of playing to children, their families and their local communities. In doing this Wrexham’s Playday event is part of the local authority’s continued commitment to try ensure all children across the county borough have enough time, space and permission to play.
Approximately 4000 people visited our Playday event last year and we aim to make this year’s even bigger and better, but this can only happen if people come along and join in the fun. All we ask is that you bring along a playful mood and some clothes you don’t mind getting wet and messy. In the past families have brought along picnics and stayed all afternoon!
To get a better idea of the sorts of things that happen on Playday, please visit: www.wrexham.gov.uk/play and click on the Playday link to view photographs from previous events.
The day is Free for children and all must be accompanied by an adult. There will be 50 activities dotted all around Apex Park in Highbridge.
Activities include Forest School, art, dance, climbing walls, Archery Tag, Archery, paddleboarding, Zorbs, Inflatables, Action Pussycat, Circus skills, den building, facepainters, straw to name but a few.