playday


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Noun1.Playday - time for play or diversionplayday - time for play or diversion    
leisure, leisure time - time available for ease and relaxation; "his job left him little leisure"
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RAIN failed to stop the fun during Newsome Playday.
A PLAYDAY Banjo vase Whitefriars, from the 1830s, became one of Britain's most important creators of glass tableware and stained glass.
The sessions, which are being held to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Playday, will see children learn a range of fun circus skills, from balloon artistry and juggling to hula-hooping and more.
It will also fund special playday visits, which benefit families with children of all ages.
CHILDREN can join in an event to mark National Playday at Eirias Park on August 3.
CHILDREN from the region are taking part in the national event Playday today.
Gaming distributor Pluto, in association with Microsoft, is hosting a PlayDay on 23rd February at the Living Room Cafe in Festival City.
Willmott Dixon's Birmingham north and south branches joined forces with Birmingham City Council Community and Play Services to help support a free fun day for local families, in celebration of Playday - the UK's national day for play, traditionally celebrated on the first Wednesday in August.
uk 6 Playday 2011, Wednesday, Queens Square, Wrexham, noon-4pm Wrexham Play Network is celebrating the national event with plenty of free activities including a rope course, giant sand pit, water slide, junk modelling, as well as a play exhibition.
The theme of this year's national Playday which was 'give us a go
William McKinney, left, Mackenzie Warrenbury, Danielle Doty and Mackinsey Yoes near tug-of-war victory Thursday at the Texas International Fishing Tournament Playday on South Padre Island.
Playday is an annual event and this year's theme is 'Play Matters.