Keeping the kids busy, active and occupied during the holidays can often pose a problem for parents.
And a lot of the time, the activities offered can cost an arm and a leg – especially if you have more than one child.
Luckily, Wrexham Council offers free play activities throughout the Easter holidays. And all activities are staffed by trained play professionals.
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To find out exactly what we’ve got on during Easter, take a look at the full list of activities.
“Playschemes will give children plenty to do”
Cllr Bill Baldwin, Lead Member for Children’s Services, said: “It can be hard to keep your little ones busy during the Easter break and even harder to find activities that are free.
“But our huge range of play schemes, thanks to funding from Community Councils, will make sure children have plenty to do during the Easter 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.”
These sessions will run in:
Cefn and Acrefair
11am – 1pm Monday and Wednseday at Plas Kynaston Park (next to the library)
11-1pm Friday on the Acrefair School field
2pm – 4pm, Tuesday and Thursday at the Adwy Field
11am – 1pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays at Pentre Maelor play area.
2pm-4pm, Monday and Tuesday at Pendine Park
2pm-4pm, Wednesday and Thursday at Bradley Fields
2pm-4pm, Friday at New Road, Summerhill
2pm-4pm, Tuesdays at Luke O Connor House
2pm-4pm, Wednesdays at Bryncabanau playground
2pm-4pm, Thursdaya nd Friday at Bellevue Park
Rhos and Johnstown
2pm-4pm, Monday and Tuesday at Moreton Circle (Johnstown)
2pm-4pm, Wednesday at Bryn y Brain
2pm-4pm, Thursday and Friday in Ponciau Park
10am-1pm, Monday to Friday on the fields behind the Parish Hall
11am-1pm, Monday and Tuesday at Cheshire View
11am-1pm, Wednesday at Miller Road, Brymbo
11am-1pm, Thursday and Friday at Cae Merfyn, Tanyfron
11am-1pm, Monday at Garden Road (Outside the Salvation Army)
11am-1pm, Tuesday at Ashfield Park (behind the tennis centre)
11am-1pm, Wednesday at the village green, Garden Village (In front of Wat’s Dyke School)
11am-1pm, Thursday and Friday at Prices Lane (Skate Park)
All Playwork Projects are funded by Local Community Councils.
For further details on projects running during the school holidays, please contact Wrexham Family Information Service on 01978 292094 or visit www.wrexham.gov.uk/play
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