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If you make your way down to a playwork project this summer, your children are in for a lot of fun!

Den building, go-kart making, arts & crafts, toys, sports equipment, scooters etc as well as opportunities to try out hammers, saws & nails, build small fires to toast marshmallows/ campfire cooking, waterslides and more…playwork projects have it all.

AND all the sessions are free and there’s no need to book.

Here is the list of projects available in 2022/23:

Abenbury
11am-1pm
Tuesday & Thursday at Pentre Maelor (at the play end)

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Brymbo
11am-1pm
Monday & Tuesday at Cheshire View
Wednesday at Lamberton View Play Area
Thursday & Friday at Cae Merfyn, Tanyfron

Caia
Run 2 sessions a week throughout the year at Gwenfro Valley
(Monday and Friday 2-4pm during holidays)

Cefn & Acrefair
11am-1pm
Monday & Wednesday at Plas Kynaston Park (next to the library)
Friday on the Acrefair School field

Coedpoeth
2pm-4pm
Tuesday & Thursday at the Adwy Field

Gwersyllt
2pm-4pm
Monday & Tuesday at Pendine Park
Wednesday & Thursday at Bradley Fields
Friday at New Road, Summerhill

Offa
2pm-4pm
Tuesday & Wednesday at Bryncabanau
Thursday at Bellevue
Friday at Little Vownog

Rhos & Johnstown
2pm-4pm
Monday & Tuesday at Morton Circle (Johnstown)
Wednesday at Bryn y Brain
Thursday & Friday in Ponciau Park

Rhostyllen
10am-1pm
Tuesday to Friday on the fields behind the Parish Hall

Sessions are most suitable for 5-12 year olds, but all ages are welcome. Under 5s must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Parents are welcome to stay if they wish. Children over 5 are able to attend independently, but we require a registration form to be completed by an adult at the 1st session they attend.

Sessions vary depending on the site, the weather and what the children want to do that day. Sessions usually get messy so we recommend old clothing and dressing suitably for the weather. All our sessions are outdoors and most do not have access to toilet facilities.

Play sessions are not a substitute for childcare and it’s the parent’s responsibility to make arrangements with their child regarding pick up/permissions to leave site etc.

If children require additional support to access the sessions, we offer the inclusion project. Forms can be completed online for this service & a member of the team will be in touch with the family to arrange support. https://www.wrexham.gov.uk/service/childrens-social-care/play-and-youth-support-team

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