Child and family centres in Ely host half-term parties.
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Superheroes and sunflowers kept families in East Cambridgeshire entertained during half-term at two child and family centres.
Youngsters were invited to come dressed as their favourite superheroes for the party at Ely Child and Family Centre during the morning on Wednesday May 30.
They took part in activities including super slime, mask making and hand paintings.
Cllr Simon Bywater, Cambridgeshire County Council’s children and young people committee chairman, said: “These fun half-term events are a great example of the type of activities and support on offer across our network of child and family centres and zones for families in the county.
“We have events happening in a range of new locations and for new communities like Clay Farm and Northstowe with a broader focus on families with children of all ages which we hope people will enjoy.”
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Cambridgeshire County Council’s new redesigned child and family centres and zones launched on April 1 to ‘better meet the needs of a growing and rural county with activities and events taking place in a range of new locations and an extended focus on families with children of all ages’.
It also includes outreach groups, events and activities in libraries, churches and other community buildings in towns and villages across the county.
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Littleport Child and Family Centre is hosting an event tomorrow (Friday June 1) from 10-11am where children and young people are invited to ‘dress for mess’ and enjoy everything sunflower-related.