I notice from Twatter that Walsall Area Partnerships have a fun day running in Kennet Close, Brownhills West, tomorrow Sunday 16th September 2012. There’s also an open event at the refurbished Brownhills West Community Hub at 92, Cherwell Drive, too.
The fun startss from 12 noon, so you’ve got plenty of time to combine it with a spot of bog trotting at Chasewater beforehand…
A note to the area managers: please send me copies of your promos, I’ll post them up. Rooting round for publicity materials is a pain in the backside, and I’m actively looking for it. Your punters won’t bother. Please get it together, I’m trying to support you here.
The Area Partnerships press release states:
Hundreds of people are expected in Brownhills this weekend for a Sunday Funday which has been organised to embrace and spread community spirit.
Activities and entertainment for all the family will feature at the event which runs from 12-noon to 3pm in Kennet Close.
Walsall Area Partnership is supporting the occasion alongside partner organisations like NHS Walsall and Brownhills Children’s Centre and Brownhills Police.
The Sunday Funday is the brainchild of Jackie Hewitt, Community Play-bus Co-ordinator with Walsall Council Community Development.
Councillor Ian Shires, portfolio holder for Community Engagement with Walsall Council Coalition, said: ‘This is just the sort of event we want to see more of, organised for the public, with public paticipation.
‘This is how we can showcase the strength of a community, highlight and celebrate the work being done to benefit and improve the lives of people living there and give residents new, positive experiences.’
Attractions at Sunday Funday include Zumba workshops and demonstrations, face-painting, basket ball, football, tennis, volley ball, Wigwam building and badge and key-ring making.