A fun packed summer is in store as Wyre Forest District Council has launched its Summer Activities Programme.
Over the school summer holidays there is a whole host of things for children and families to do in the district. From survival skills and den making with the Council’s Rangers to sports courses, craft activities at Bewdley Museum and free organised play sessions in the parks – there is something for everyone.
The popular Play Day is back on Wednesday 3 August in Lickhill Memorial Park, Stourport-on-Severn. The park will be filled with activities for youngsters to try including a Star Wars training academy, climbing wall, arts and crafts activities, donkey rides and much more. Entry is free but there is a charge for some of the activities.
Councillor Sally Chambers, Wyre Forest District Council’s Cabinet Member for Health, Well-being and Housing said:
“We are delighted to be able to offer such a wide range of things for children and families to do over the summer and many of the activities are free. The brochure has a really useful guide to what activities are suitable for which age groups and whether you need to book. If you do need to book, it can be done online, which is quick and convenient. We think the activities programme will be a huge help for finding things to do to fill the six week summer break.”
The brochure is available here Booking can also be done online or by calling 01562 732984. Copies of the brochure will be available from the Worcestershire Hub, Kidderminster Town Hall, Bewdley Museum and the local libraries.