Don’t miss our virtual Playday on Wednesday, August 5!

We may not be able to get together in the town centre to celebrate Playday this year, but we are still celebrating!

So, on August 5, we will be doing a virtual Playday with the theme ‘Everyday Adventures’.

The Wrexham Play and Youth support Team are working with their partners to move Playday online so that you can join us from your own homes. Keeping with the style of Playday we don’t require you to spend any money and you can play along with the things you find in your own homes.

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Wrexham will also be supporting Play Wales as it makes a noise for Children’s Play at 2:00, so grab your pots and pans, musical instruments or just clap to show that you value children’s Play.

Cllr Andrew Atkinson, Lead Member for Children’s Services said, “I am really excited about this year’s Playday. It’s always a fantastic day, and even though this year will be different, there will still be lots of fun to be had with loads of interactive videos and activities to join in with online. I hope everyone takes the time on Wednesday, August 5 to check out the videos and join in in any way they can!”

We are currently making films for the day, so if you want to learn to juggle, do some craft, watch a puppet show, play some games or even hear the Mayor’s own Wrexham based Rapunzel then find us using the following WCBC social media accounts:

  • English Facebook: Wrexham County Borough Council
  • Welsh Facebook: Cyngor Bwrdeistref Sirol Wrecsam
  • English Twitter: @wrexhamcbc
  • Welsh Twitter: @cbswrecsam

You can also follow our Family Information Service and Play Wrexham accounts here:

  • Wrexham Family Information Service
  • Gwasanaeth Gwybodaeth i Deuluoedd Wrecsam
  • @PlayWrexham
  • @Chwaraecymraeg

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