Junction 23 Yorkshire Outlet Shopping and Age UK Wakefield District have teamed up to bring the Wakefield community an exciting family fun day out this summer.
The Community Fun Day will take place on Saturday 22nd July from 10am to 4pm and is open to all.
Guests will be able to enjoy a variety of games and fun activities, as well as children’s face painting by local artist, ‘Face Painting by Kirsty’.
The Mayor of Wakefield, Councillor Josie Pritchard, will also be in attendance as the event looks to welcome up to 30 local community groups, organisations and services to Junction 32. These include Air Ambulance, Wakefield Castles and Museums, Live Well Wakefield and The Armed Forces, who are just some of the organisations providing guests with an opportunity to find out more about what’s happening in the local area and to support the incredible work they do.
Darren Winter, Centre Director at Junction 32, said: “We’re excited to host this fun-filled event for people of all ages, which provides a great family fun day out, while finding out about local organisations and all the work they do within our community.
“We look forward to welcoming everyone this Saturday and hope the people of Wakefield join us to make memories, have fun and contribute to a worthy cause.”
Deborah Hunter, Communications Manager at Age UK Wakefield District added: “Age UK Wakefield District are excited to be working with Junction 32 on this summer event. We look forward to a wonderful day with lots of fun, along with an opportunity to share important information with the local communities of the Wakefield district.
“Our team will be on hand throughout the day to speak to people and offer advice on the challenges later life can bring.”
For more information, please visit: https://junction32.com/