A summer of fun-packed events continues in Crewe town centre on Saturday 20 July with a sunshine fuelled Children’s Day.
This event will take place between 11am-3pm in Municipal Square, and will celebrate the summer months with a beach-theme.
The event; aimed at children and families, will deliver an array of exciting activities, including arts and crafts, fairground rides, puppets, and a bouncy castle. There will even be a taste of the seaside; with sandpits and some Peter Pan pirates!
Exhibitors on the day include:
West Street Christian Fellowship
The church group will be delivering a number of activities including arts and crafts, games and rides, and puppets.
Will be delivering an art workshop and providing information on ‘Stranger Danger’.
Crewe Lyceum Theatre
Linking into their 2013 pantomime, Peter Pan, the Lyceum Theatre pirates will be on hand to deliver badge-creating fun.
Other children’s entertainment on the day will include professional balloon-modelling, a magic show, a bouncy castle, and ice cream stall.
Councillor Les Gilbert, Portfolio Holder for Communities and Regulatory Services said:
“Cheshire East Council is pleased to celebrate the summer months with an event that promises to bring the entire Crewe community together in the town centre.
“With the recent summer weather that we have all been experiencing, this weekend is a fantastic time to make the most of the sunshine and bring the seaside to Crewe!”
For more information on the West Street Christian Fellowship please visit www.wscf.co.uk
For further information on the Lyceum Theatre please visit www.crewelyceum.co.uk
For more information on the Crewe Summer Events programme, please visit www.cheshireeast.gov.uk and search ‘summer events’