GALLERY: Great fun had by all as Wisbech Adventure Playground celebrates National Play Day

21:34 09 August 2014

National Play Day was celebrated at Wisbech Adventure Playground.Picture: Steve Williams.

National Play Day was celebrated at Wisbech Adventure Playground.Picture: Steve Williams.

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Children played merrily and artists showcased their work as an adventure playground went all out on Wednesday for National Play Day.

Visitors to Wisbech Adventure Playground were treated to a bouncy castle, den building and ice cream.

Artists from Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination showcased their creations for the community Playmakers project.

A cake stall and tombola raised money for the Friends of the Playground, who fundraise to buy new equipment the playground.

The Friends of the Playground are looking to recruit more volunteers to help out with fundraising and running events. If you are interested in getting involved, you can e-mail friendsofwisbechap@gmail.com

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