As part of the Aycliffe Festival season, Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) hosted a family fun day in the grounds of the Pioneering Care Centre in Newton Aycliffe.
Over 430 attended the event and had a go at plant potting, animal handling, card making smoothie making and biscuit decorating.
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Visitors also got to meet Olaf, Elsa, Dave the Minion, Punch & Judy, Bobby the Bull and Professor Nincompoop!
The sun was out too, so people made most of the activities and games in the garden.
Lauren Robson, from Spennymoor, attended the fun day with her husband Michael and children Finley, 4 and Amelie, 1.
She said “We had a great day out, there was so much variety and different things to do.
“I didn’t realise how much PCP did at the Pioneering Care Centre, across County Durham and beyond. We will definitely be keeping an eye on future activities and events. It was very friendly, fun and well organised.”
PCP delivers a full range of interesting activities to help people get fit, learn a new skill, discover a new hobby or improve their confidence and self-esteem. The event was a good opportunity to welcome people to the Centre and showcase what activities and services PCP have on offer to benefit the community.