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Play in the Park is back!

Play in the Park is back this summer and there are some awesome free activities available for your children!

With 80 sessions across 17 different venues in Chelmsford and South Woodham Ferrers, there is no doubt your children will be entertained – the Playworkers have got you covered!

The sessions are running between 26 July and 27 August and there is a maximum of 150 children per session. You can book your spaces at www.chelmsford.gov.uk/play

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Children enjoying a Play in the Park session

What is Play in the Park?

Play in the Park is a completely free series of two-hour sessions that run for children between the ages of 3 and 11 (sessions are suitable for everyone, including those with accessible needs). Sessions are run across multiple community venues in Chelmsford.

If your child or children are interested in creating, playing sports and playing games, then why not book them a space into some of our upcoming sessions.

What can you expect from these sessions?

Activities vary per session and location, but you can expect there to be great fun and games, sport activities, arts and crafts and much more in a park near you! When you book your free tickets, you will be able to see any additional information about the session.

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Above: Children and the Mayor of Chelmsford having fun

Other information…

Be sure to provide your children with suitable clothing for playing games and ensure they are prepared for any weather. Also, if you can give them a drink and a snack then the team will do the rest!

Summer holidays are coming up fast so don’t miss out. For more information and how to contact the Chelmsford City Sports Team, please visit: www.chelmsford.gov.uk/play

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Charlotte Maltby
Charlotte Maltby

Charlotte writes about the environment, parks, recycling, business, planning, public realm and democratic services.