You’d better have your spare clothes at the ready as Wrexham Playday is back and it promises to be a rip-roaring success.

Bigger and better

Over 3,000 people came along to last year’s event and this time it’s aiming to be even bigger and better.

The fun packed event will be in Wrexham town centre on Wednesday, August 1 between 12pm and 4pm. All ages are welcome so grab your children, sisters, mothers, brothers and grannies and get stuck in!

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Put your wallets away

This is a free event but you are asked to bring along a smile, a playful attitude and obviously some clothes that you don’t mind getting messy.

The event comes as part of our continued commitment to ensure all children across the county borough have enough time, space and permission to play and it takes place on National Playday.

Cllr William Baldwin, Lead member for Children’s Services, said: “The absolute pleasure the children get from this day is a joy to behold. Hundreds of children doing what children want to do: getting messy and having fun.

“It always lifts the spirits to see them all without a care in the world.”

All your favourite events will return such as the giant sandpit, water slide, junk play and rope swings. Picnics proved a hit last year, but there is bound to be something to suit you.

So come along and make some memories this summer holiday. Further information can be found on the council website, where there is also a gallery from last year’s event.

See you there!

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