Community join in fun day

By Connie Osborne Thursday 28 August 2014 Updated: 29/08 07:58

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Buy photos » Residents Cai, 8, and Chayce Powis, 4, get a soaking from Redditch Mayor Pat Witherspoon and Community Centre manager Hayley Price at a community fun day. Photo by Marcus Mingins 3214015MMR

A BOUNCY castle, messy play and painted nails were all on offer at a community day.

Residents took part in activities including being held in traditional stocks as part of the day organised by the YMCA and Redditch Early Help.

Volunteers and staff were on hand to speak to people about the free services and activities the groups offered.

Hayley Price, YMCA Willow Trees Community Centre manager, said: “It’s great to be joint working with local organisations to provide such an exciting day for local families.

“The community spirit runs very high in Church Hill and the surrounding areas so it is a great opportunity for families to meet us and for us to meet them to show the services that we provide.”

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