Thousands of children descended on Hull’s Queens Gardens to run riot and let off steam for National Play Day
Thousands of children descended on Hull’s Queens Gardens to run riot and let off steam for National Play Day, Thursday, August 8, reported the Hull Daily Mail.
Thoughts of classrooms, exams and homework all went out the window for a day of dressing up, ice creams, bouncy castles and making dens, the report said.
Dozens of stalls were set up so youngsters could have their faces painted, watch children’s entertainers and play in an imaginary wonderland by dressing up.
Read the full story on Hull Daily Mail
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