Sunday, July 22, 2018

Five things to do this week for a pound or less!

Pom Pom Animals – 50p If your child is aged 5 to 12 years, call in to Wrexham Library on Monday August 7, 11am-12pm, and let them show their creative side. This pom pom animals craft session costs just 50p. Booking is essential, so call 01978 292090 for more information.


Roman coins – £1 Wrexham Museum are holding a roman coin themed make and take session on Tuesday August 8, 10.30am-12.30pm. For more information, contact the museum on 01978 297460.

Sports and Games – FREE Young people aged 8-14 can call in to Bellevue Park for a free sports and games session on Wednesday August 9, 1-3pm. Call 01978 763140 for more information.

Summer movie – £1 If it is a bit grey or rainy outside – or you just fancy a sit down with some pop corn and a good film – head over to Gwersyllt Community Resource Centre for 2pm on Thursday August 10. For just £1, this week you can watch Moana and enjoy a drink and popcorn! Call 01978 722880 for tickets and more information.

Books Inside Out – 50p Last but not least, children aged 7-10 years can come along to the animal themed creative writing workshop in Wrexham Library on Friday August 11, 1-2.30pm. Booking is essential so call 01978 292090 for more details.

Next time: Five things to do indoors!

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Source: (Thu Aug 31st 2017)

Leanne Hughes
Leanne Hughes
Local News & Events, Welsh Politics
Caerphilly & Merthyr Tydfil

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