Play day fun for families in Wisbech - and it was all free
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Hundreds of children and families enjoyed a fun packed day out at the Wisbech Adventure Playground to celebrate a national play day.
The town’s event was organised by Cambridgeshire County Council’s teams.
There was a huge range of free activities for everyone, including a bouncy castle, disco, BBQ, resident artists, people and animals and police cadets stands.
There was den building, junk modelling, tombola, face painting, bead and necklace making and a water slide as well as all the adventure play activities always available at the playground.
Councillor Steve Tierney and former councillor Virginia Bucknor attended to open the brand new pavilion.
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There were also representatives from the Clarion Housing Group, which had funded the new playground installation.
They also funded a new trampoline and new furnishings for the play barge.
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National Playday is an annual event that celebrates children’s play. It is into its 30th year.
It is the biggest play sector event in the UK and as well as a celebration of children’s right to play, it is a campaign that highlights the importance of play in children’s lives.