July 12, 2024

Free play day held in Rhyl sees over 2,800 attendees

Over 2,800 people came to this year’s Denbighshire National Play Day event, held on the 2nd of August.

Following on from a highly successful event last year, this was the seventh time that the hugely popular free play day event was held at Christchurch Playing Fields in Rhyl.

Rhyl’s Oak Tree Centre hosted the event, that was organised by Denbighshire County Council’s Play Ranger service to help children enjoy their summer holiday.

The free event featured a number of activities including a circus skills session, Jurassic Live, den building, arts and crafts and a water slip and slide.

Dawn Anderson, Denbighshire Childcare and Play Development Manager said:

“It was great to welcome families back for the 7th time to this year’s play day, this event is always so popular with local families.

It is always lovely to see families enjoying themselves and the feedback we received from the attendees was positive once again this year”.