Day to be celebrated at Highbridge's Apex Park
and families are being invited to celebrate National Play Day
at a special event in Highbridge's Apex Park today (Wednesday,
free annual event at Apex Park will take place from 10am3pm.
Organisers say it promises to be bigger and better than ever,
with more than 35 activities on offer.
include a climbing wall, forest school, willow sculptures, drumming
workshops, inflatables, Native American crafts, circus skills,
clay workshops, canoeing, archery and more," district council
spokeswoman Claire Faun told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
The event is being funded by Sedgemoor District Council, Somerset
Play Forum, Sedgemoors Childrens Centres and North Sedgemoor's
Locality Team. Children
must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments will be available
to buy or families can bring their own picnics.
"Since the Governments recent announcement that funding
for play is to be cut the Play Day Committee, which relies heavily
on grants for the event to take place, welcomes donations into
a bucket which will be located at the ice cream van so the event
can continue in 2011," added Mrs Faun.
here for 32 more photos from the 2009 Apex Park Play Day