Summer holidays, eh? Kids already driving you mad? Tomorrow, Wednesday 27th July 2011, there will be an opportunity to get them off that games console and out into the fresh air with a summer fun event at the popular Brownhills park. The event will be free, but some rides will be chargable. These events are very popular, well attended and always great fun. Walsall Council sent this press release:
Visitors can enjoy Pleck Park on Monday 25 July and Holland Park, Brownhills on Wednesday 27 July.
Attractions on offer include children’s rides, inflatables, charity stalls, Punch and Judy, music, face painting and storytelling.
Refreshments will also be available at the free events which are organised by Walsall Council’s parks team.
Gary Nicholson, Walsall Council senior park ranger, said: “The fun days are back by popular demand and usually attract hundreds of visitors.
“As well as providing an affordable day out for all the family, we enjoy welcoming people into our fine borough parks so they can see what they’ve got to offer.”
While admission is free, charges and age restrictions will apply on the rides.
The fun days run from 10.30am until 4pm.
Walsall Partnership will attend the Holland Park event to raise awareness of its work and to give out area plans which outline the progress made by Walsall’s Area Partnerships in tackling issues from anti-social behaviour to health inequalities.
Information on all of the park fun days scheduled for the next few weeks, as well as a range of other free activities, is also available at www.whatsonwalsall.co.uk