Pitsmoor Adventure Playground Free Events

St. Georges Day
12:00pm to 4:00pm Saturday 26 April 2008
On the climbing wall
On the climbing wall

Lots of themed activities including:

• Flag making

• Fancy dress

• Face painting

• Painting of the mural wall

• Large craft activities – sword and shield making

• Bouncy castle

Big smiles
Big smiles

Spring Event 17th May – Postponed


• Construction of a may pole

• May pole dancing

• Fancy dress

• Face painting

• Henna painting

• Arts and craft activities.

12:00pm to 4:00pm Saturday 28 June 2008
Going up
Going up


• Tennis tournaments

• Tennis coaching

• Face painting

• Arts and crafts

• Party games

• Strawberries and cream.

All events are FREE!!

Children under the age of 5 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Children between the ages of 5 and 7 years must be accompanied by a child over the age of 12.

Children over the age of eight may attend unaccompanied.

For more information, please contact Pitsmoor Adventure Playground on: Telephone: (0114) 203 9394

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