8th Annual 'Free' Play Day

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Join in the fun--It's Free
8th Annual 'Free' Play Event
9th Sept 2017, 1pm — 5pm
Curry Rivel Primary School
Water Street Entrance

Activities Include: Climbing Wall, Beat the Goalie/Speed Radar, Messy Play, Playdough, Arts & Crafts, Learning Through Play, Obstacle Course, Up & Over Slide, Hook the Duck, Coconut Shy, Outdoor Cooking Experience, Splat the Rat, Face Painting, Balloon Modelling, Champion Music, Tombola, Ice Cream Kiosk and Refreshments.

Sponsors: Western Fuel Ltd, Curry Rivel Parish Council, Curry Rivel News, SSDC Community Health & Leisure and Area Development North, Cllr. Derek Yeomans , Fosters Newsagents and Pendra's Fish & Chip Shop

Important: — Please advise photographer if you don't wish your child to be photographed during the event. All children remain the responsibility of parents/carers throughout the event.

Contact: Kaye Morgan 01458 253255. e-mail: kayemorgan@greenbee.net

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