On Sunday 12th June Bristol Baby Bank Network will be celebrating its first birthday with a host of exciting activities for children and families.
The birthday celebrations will be part of the Bristol Make Sunday Special event on the same day, which will see St Stephen’s Street and Clare Street closed off to traffic for a free street party from 11am – 4.30pm.
There will be stalls and activities, including a baby and child area and lots of fundraising events to entertain little ones and a Queen’s Tea party to celebrate the Queens official birthday party where people can buy cake and enjoy the sun on the grass!
There will be free sessions of singing, dancing and entertainment especially for young children and their parents throughout the day:
- 11 – 11.30am – diddi dance Bristol
- 11.30-12.30 pm – Shout Out Drama
- 12.30 – 1.30pm – CTP Party Entertainment
- 2 – 2.45pm – Sing and Sign Bristol + Portishead
- 3 – 3.45pm – Dance Mums
Other activities include a raffle with some fantastic prizes on offer, with all proceeds going towards the Baby Bank Network. St Nicolas market will also be open and there will be plenty of places to eat and drink, too.
The theme of this month’s Make Sunday Special is sustainability and transport, so children and families can expect to see lots of bikes, skateboards and other modes of sustainable transport. First Bus will also be offering families a deal to make it cheap to get to the event.
Bristol Baby Bank Network has had a busy and successful first year, helping many families in need. The charitable organisation works by redistributing baby items like clothes, slings and nappies that have been used and loved by parents, but are no longer needed, to parents who cannot afford to buy these items new or second-hand.
Among the many thousands of items donated to the Baby Bank Network are cots, prams, nappies, slings, clothes and more.
To find out more about the Bristol Baby Bank Network 1st Birthday Party, please visit http://www.babybanknetwork.com/events-2/
If you would like to donate items or volunteer for Bristol Baby Bank Network, please visit http://www.babybanknetwork.com/tag/baby-bank-network-bristol/.