What: UNICEF’s World Children’s Day – ‘Your Voice in Wrexham’
When: November 18, 3-7.30pm
Wrexham Council are holding an event in Tŷ Pawb to celebrate the rights of children and their place in society.
Doors will open at 3pm with activities set to start at 4pm. These activities include free food, magic, info stalls and play activities. There will also be an open mic event so bring your instruments!
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Children and young people are also in with a chance of winning a £100 voucher of their choice by entering the ‘what does having a voice mean to you?’ competition. They are invited to create a piece of work – it could be a written piece, a piece of creative art, a piece of music or a video etc. expressing what it means to them to have a voice.
We are also asking everyone to wear something blue for the day on Thursday, November 18, blue being the internationally recognised colour of World Children’s Day.
So, remember to keep November 18 free and keep your eyes on this blog for more information on the competition and open mic sessions.
Further information on World Children’s Day is available here: https://www.unicef.org/world-childrens-day
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