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Flintshire supports play for youngsters

Published: 17/03/2021

Children play scheme image.jpgFlintshire’s Play Development team has been busy working and planning throughout the past months to ensure that local children can enjoy play schemes despite the current challenging situation.

The Kicks for Kids team within Play Development has been active since January in Ysgol Maes Hyfryd. 

And the team has worked hard to build-up confidence and trust.  This has been achieved through Play Development support at the school resilience hubs during the first lockdown and the County summer play scheme programme during 2020.  

As we gear up for Easter, the team is delighted to be getting ready to deliver play provision during the Easter holidays on the following days:

Monday 29 March

Tuesday 30 March

Wednesday 31 March

Thursday 1 April

Tuesday 6 April

Wednesday 7 April

Thursday 8 April

Friday 9 April

Connah’s Quay, Central Park - 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. (Sessions funded by Connah’s Quay Town Council)  

The Holway, Meadowbank play area - 1:30 pm -3:00 pm. (Sessions funded by Welsh Government All Wales Play Opportunities Grant)

Following this, Saturday mornings (from 17 April) up to the school summer holidays at the Holway (Sessions funded by Welsh Government All Wales Play Opportunities Grant)

10:00 am -11.30 pm for delivery of the Breakfast Club ‘Creating a Level Playing Field Project’

For more details or to sign up, contact Janet Roberts at or 07518 602614. 


In addition summer play scheme recruitment has now started online.  To apply:


Team Member 

The County summer play scheme programme 2021 promises to be a fantastic opportunity for children across the County. It will be delivered in partnership with local town and community councils, Welsh Government and Urdd Gobaith Cymru. We are recruiting to our community teams or to work as a Buddy for the P.A.L.S. inclusive play project. (Play and Leisure Support)

Flintshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Youth, Councillor Ian Roberts, said:

“In Flintshire, we are very proud of our play schemes which provide children with the opportunity – the time, space and permission - to play out locally, meeting up with old friends and making new ones.  Our fantastic Play Development team has been given the OK from Welsh Government to deliver the play provision within Covid regulations.  They are experienced in managing it safely and, most importantly, it supports vulnerable children.”