Issue 22 September 2021

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Summer fun at Play Days on Tour

Play Days on TourOrganising large scale events has been difficult this year, so instead of hosting three big Play Days we took some of the fun on tour with smaller but more frequent events.

Our Play Days on Tour took place in parks and open spaces across Mid Sussex during July and August, bringing FREE fun and entertainment to local towns and villages. 

Children enjoyed lots of different activities including a six-hole golf course, basketball coaching, cricket, tennis, rugby, arts, crafts, puppet shows, circus skills, music and the chance to get fit with Pop Steps and street dance. 

Our smaller events took place right in the heart of the community and it was great to see everyone enjoying themselves in a safe and responsible way.

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