Playday at Llys-y-frân is a huge success
Families from all over Pembrokeshire celebrated national Playday on Wednesday with a fantastic variety of free, fun activities for all ages.
Hosted by Llys-y-frân, the event saw many children enjoying circus skills, crazy bug racing, fun football, pavement-painting, climbing, craft, art and much more.
The event was coordinated by Pembrokeshire County Council and supported by community organisations and groups from all over the county.
Organiser Hayli Gibson thanked all the activity providers for volunteering their time and providing a myriad of activities for all the families who came along and had fun.
“Despite the wet start, we had hundreds of enthusiastic families arriving right from the beginning, which was amazing,” she said. “The feedback has been fantastic with parents and children telling us what a brilliant time they had.”
Clare Sturman from Llys-y-Frân said they were delighted to be part of the day. “We’re immensely proud to host this wonderful event alongside Pembrokeshire County Council,” she said.
Playday highlights the importance of play in children's lives. To celebrate the annual event, children, young people and communities get together and play at hundreds of community events across the UK.
*Children and families enjoying themselves at Pembrokeshire’s Playday
*Organiser Hayli Gibson and James White, Pembrokeshire County Council’s deputy director of education, at the event in Llys-y-frân.