There are over 42 free activities including den building, model trucks, fizz pop science and slime making, model boats, face painters, inflatables, a climbing wall, paddle boarding, music, magic, and zorbs.
Playday allows parents to have a day-off from spending their hard-earned dosh to keep the kids entertained during the summer holidays as well as allowing families to spend quality time together having a picnic and exploring one of Sedgemoor's most beautiful parks.
Sedgemoor District Council contributes £2,500 towards the event, with Sedgemoor staff also attending to marshal on the day. Sedgemoor staff have also helped the organising committee with key tasks in the months before the event. £2,550 was gratefully received from The Big Lottery and £1,000 from Groundwork (Tesco bags for help)
Rosie Pike, Chair of the Playday Committee said "All of the volunteer committee are really looking forward to Playday, it is sure to be another fantastic event. I am so grateful to all of the help we have received from Sedgemoor District Council, the committee and all the volunteers - Apex Playday is one of the largest in the country so it is especially important we have a great team working hard behind the scenes. Don't forget your sunscreen, sun hats (or wet-weather gear!) and water as it is sure to be an action-packed day!".