Playday Event in Kilmarnock

24 July, 2019
Categories: Blog

Playday activities are taking place in Kay park, Kilmarnock! There will be a variety of activities to take part in with 6 different zones including the Fun Zone, Messy Zone, Physical Zone, Creative Zone, Free Play Zone and Adventure Zone!

Contact details: 

Karen Kerr


Tel: 01563 576319



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Categories: Blog

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Categories: Blog

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Categories: Blog

Play has an invaluable role in encouraging child development. But play isn’t just one thing. It’s an invitation to explore, learn and grow. Play opens up a world of possibilities.


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