world children's day

This week, Wrexham will be turning blue to celebrate World Children’s Day and you are invited to come along to Ty Pawb for a great day of fun.

On November 18, come along to Ty Pawb, 3-7.30pm, and join in our free celebration with free food, information market stalls, play activities, live music, open mic, magic and much more. We would love to see everyone have fun at the open mic so bring your instruments!!

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We will also be judging the ‘What does having a voice mean to you?’ competition. Children and young people can win a £100 voucher of their choice by creating a piece of work in any medium – written, art, music, video etc. The deadline for entries will be November 16 and there will be three age categories – 10 and under, 11-16 years and 17-25 years. Here is the application form and full terms and conditions.

We are also asking you to wear something blue (the internationally recognised colour of World Children’s Day) on the day to help bring attention to the importance of children’s rights.

The official date of World Children’s Day is November 20, when Wrexham Council will be turning the Guildhall blue! Other buildings across North Wales will be doing the same so keep a look out if you are out and about. If you are in Wrexham at 5pm on the day, why not stop by the Guildhall and have your photo taken to show your support for children’s rights.

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