Free swimming, gym, badminton, squash, tennis, soft-play and a family fun zone (hook-a-duck / face painting)! With lots going on for all the family, drop-in on the day is available but due to limited spaces booking in advance is recommended! Check out the schedule and find out how to book here – http://bit.ly/2rRcX60
Come and celebrate National Playday in Belmont Park! Loads of free activities for children of all ages – arts, crafts, big blue slide, music, baby area, sensory play, café for lunch and snacks, plus lots more. Happening rain or shine!
Fun and games for all the family
A fun packed afternoon celebrating 15 years of Playday in the centre of Bristol with four zones of activities:
2. STEAM play (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths),
3. Den Building
There will be a picnic area encouraging a social vibe and healthier eating. There will be a ice cream vans on site for the slightly less healthy option.
This is a free event open to children, young people and their families.
The event is as accessible as we can make it and therefore inclusive for all. There will be water and loo’s available close by with limited facilities on site.
We want to encourage people to be as playful as they choose without any restrictions other than to have fun.
A huge free event on Plymouth Hoe for children, young people and their families with craft, sport, music and games. A fun day with bouncy castles, magicians, balloon modelling and mascots. Come along for a fun day out!
Lots of activities including drama workshops, art and craft, butterfly spotting and bug hunt.
The Playday is run in conjunction with the national Playday. It takes place this year on Wednesday 2nd August 10.00am -3.00pm at Apex Park in Highbridge. It is a FREE event with over 45 activities and last year we had over 7000 children attend all of whom were accompanied by an adult. The Playday is fully inclusive. We rely on donations and grants to run the event.
Lots of play opportunities and activities including inflatables, scrap and loose parts marquee, straw dens, swingboats, cooking, storytelling, spin painting and much more. Fully inclusive staffed by experienced and qualified playworkers, come and join us to celebrate the child’s right to play in the heart of the City of Bath.
Financially supported by the four Ward Councillors in Kingsmead and Abbey wards to whom we are very grateful, recognising the importance of play for local families living in the city.