PLAY sessions are set to be introduced throughout the county at the end of this month to help keep kids active.

Denbighshire County Council will be putting on sessions through its 'Let's Play Out' scheme.

Let’s Play Out are open access play sessions run by Denbighshire's Play Ranger Service where children have the chance to play, have fun, get messy and muddy and make friends.

These sessions have an open access policy which means that young people will be free to leave the session at any point.

There will be Coronavirus safety measures in place, which everyone will need to follow.

Let's Play Out sessions are for children aged up to 14-years-old. Children under six-years-old must be accompanied by an adult.

Sessions will take place at the following:

  • St Asaph playing fields (2pm-3.30pm on Tuesday, October 26)
  • Corwen Youth FC Dee Park (10.30am-12pm on Wednesday, October 27)
  • Llangollen Youth Centre (2pm-3.30pm on Wednesday, October 27)
  • Cae Hywel, Denbigh (10.30-12pm on Friday, October 29)
  • Cae Ddol, Ruthin (2pm-3.30pm on Friday, October 29)

Parents or guardians will need to book a place online for their child to go to a Let’s Play Out session.

You can do so by visiting: