Issue 19 September 2020

Matters

Play Days at Home

Each summer we host a series of Play Days for local families to enjoy in town and village parks across the District. However, with current coronavirus guidelines, it's not advisable to gather for such large-scale events and we decided to move to a new stage for Summer 2020.

Play Days at Home was our way of bringing the fun and excitement of Play Days to local families while they were at home during lockdown. We worked with many of the performers who were popular at our outdoor Play days to create a varied programme of videos that would help to keep children entertained over the summer holidays. There was a mix of entertainment, tutorials and activity ideas for the under-10's and DJ tutorials, art and dance sessions for older children. Videos were released every weekday throughout July and August on our YouTube channel.

If you missed the Play Days at Home during the summer then don't worry, all the videos are still available to watch on YouTube


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