HUNDREDS of people enjoyed plenty of fun in the sun at a special event held in Wrexham.
The Acton Children’s and Family Centre arranged the summer funday at Acton Community Resource Centre in Overton Way.
The bonanza proved to be an outstanding success, with a whole host of attractions to keep visitors young and old amused.
The list of entertainment on offer included stalls, games, a bouncy castle, live music and a barbecue.
The character Jake the Pirate greeted delighted children, while representatives from the police and fire service also attended.
The event was organised by family centre business manager Catrin Evans and co-manager Victoria Wynne.
Ms Evans said: “The weather was absolutely glorious all the way through.
“About 400 people came to the funday.
“We were very pleased with the way everything went and would like to thank all those who contributed to its success.
“This is the third year we have held the event and it keeps on growing in popularity.
“There was a great deal of positive feedback with lots to enjoy and it was held at a very good venue.”
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