Children and young people in Denbighshire can looking forward to a ‘Summer of Fun’.
Denbighshire County Council is providing a range of free sporting, cultural and play based bilingual activities as part of the Welsh Government’s Summer of Fun project.
Events will take place across the county between July 19 and September 1.
Cllr Huw Hilditch-Roberts, the Council’s Lead Member for Education, Children's Services and Public Engagement, said: “We are delighted to be supporting this project and offering a fantastic bilingual programme of events in Denbighshire. We are working with a number of partners on this project including town and community councils and I would like to thank all those involved.
“The past year and a half has been very difficult for our children and young people and these free activities will certainly give them something to look forward to during the summer holidays and help support their social, emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.
“I would encourage parents to make the most of these events and help their children enjoy the best possible summer this year.”
Events and activities are being arranged for children and young people aged 0 to 25 and are designed to support children and young people to express themselves through play, offer community based interactive, creative and play-based initiatives for all ages and provide opportunities to play with friends and peers.
Denbighshire’s new Play Ranger Service will operate Let's Play Out sessions and will offer outdoor play opportunities to children while Denbighshire Youth Service, Technocamps, Salford Children’s Camp, Denbighshire Music Cooperative and the Urdd will be offering a range of activities including community based youth work sessions, open access youth work days, outdoor activity days and sessions, STEM and the schools out project.
All events and activities will have Covid-19 safety measures in place, which attendees will need to follow.
To book onto one of the events or activities visit www.denbighshire.gov.uk/summer-of-fun