Young people from Glens and Roe Valley have orgainsed an interactive family fun day for Limavady.
Designed and run by the young people, ‘The Easter Funky Fun at The Roe' fun day will raise funds for Altnagelvin Hospital Children's Ward.
A host of exciting artists, performers and events, including an interactive DJ, street performers, facepainting, a bouncy castle, visual art and dancing, will join the fun on Saturday March 28.
Aged 14-16 years old, the cross community group of young people have come together to organise the day for the wider community.
Co-ordinated by The Playhouse Street Talk Project Derry~Londonderry, the young people have for the past year come together to use the arts to address cross community issues important to them including policing, justice and community identity.
"These young people have created a fabulous fun day for everyone to enjoy, we would urge everyone from the wider community to come along, show their support for the great work their local young people have done for a great cause" Elaine Forde, Project Co-ordinator at The Playhouse said.
"I would like to thank the youth workers from Roe Valley Residents Association and Western Education & Library Board (WELB), and the funders BBC Children in Need, J Paul Getty Charitable Trust, the PSNI and The Ireland Funds for helping the young people make this interactive youth led fun day possible for the community."
‘The Easter Funky Fun at The Roe' family fun day will be held in Roe Valley Leisure Centre Limavady on Saturday March 28 from 2.15pm- 4pm. More information is available by contacting Elaine Forde at The Playhouse on firstname.lastname@example.org