By Tristan Harris 01/04 Updated: 03/04 12:02
YOUNGSTERS in Bromsgrove wanting to get out in the spring weather and make the most of the Easter holiday will find loads of games and activities to do in Sanders Park.
The sessions, which start on Sunday (April 1), are being run by Phil Dent and Richard Green of D’EnteRtainment UK.
Among the games, which will be set up around the bandstand, will be giant jenga, giant connect 4 and hoop la.
There will also be an art and craft workshop for more creative youngsters and circus skills, including juggling and diablo.
There will be a small fee, but then children can take part in as many games as they like.
The event is being run in conjunction with Bromsgrove District Council.
Phil said he also backed our Let’s Get Bromsgrove Playing Campaign, which was launched last month.
“Like The Standard’s campaign, we are always looking to get children away from their computers and out in the fresh air playing those traditional games which we all loved when we were kids.”
For more on The Standard’s Let’s Get Bromsgrove Playing Campaign, including some ideas for games to play outdoors, visit:
www.facebook.com/playinbromsgrove. We are looking for people to share their favourite games on there and their favourite play areas across the district as we bid to get more town youngsters playing in the traditional way.
For more on the Sanders Park activities, call D’EnteRtainment UK on 0870 755 1256, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.dentertainment.co.uk
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