What a week that was!
Following on from the huge success of the summer holidays activity programme, Tŷ Pawb pulled the stops out once again for a half-term jam packed with family fun!
The activities included a science festival, halloween costume making and disco, movies, bonfire night crafts and a make your own pizza event – and these are just a few!
Rockets, discos and kaleidoscopes
It looks like the events proved a real hit with local children!
Over 500 children and parents attended family events throughout the week. Highlights included the halloween disco with 63 children attending (100 if you include the grown ups) and the kaleidoscope and rocket building events which attracted 90 people.
We had some really lovely feedback too…
“Great family fun, well facilitated and it’s free!”
“There was something for everyone in my family from ages 9 months to 12 years old!”
“We’ve been making trick-or-treat bags! It’s great that local events like this are going on here.”
“There’s always lots going and lovely places to eat. It is a great, modern, creative space with a nice community feel.”
“I have visited with my grandchildren today. I must congratulate the people organising these events, we all really enjoyed them. I also thought they were very good value considering the amount of craft materials available.”
Our surveys recorded an enjoyment rating of 91% and a staff friendliness rating of 97%.
Big plans on the way
Lead Member for People – Communities, Partnerships Public Protection and Community Safety, Cllr Hugh Jones said: “Tŷ Pawb continues to grow from strength to strength as a vibrant community space. The huge range of activities, arts, performances, food and shops on offer is a fantastic achievement for Wrexham and it’s wonderful to see that it has proved a hit with so many people.
“There are some big plans for activities leading up to Christmas, with tickets already selling fast for many events. I would encourage everyone to pick up a copy of the ‘What’s On’ guide, check the social media and sign up to the mailing list to see what’s on offer for them.”
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