Peppa Pig and family to visit St Helens town centre
Children will be oinking with excitement when Peppa Pig and her family visit St Helens town centre next week, as schools across the borough finish for summer.
Join Peppa, George as well as Mummy and Daddy Pig, in Church Square on Friday, July 23 where they will be around from 11am-4pm for lots of fun, for what will be the first organised St Helens Borough Council event since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Councillor Anthony Burns, Cabinet Member for Wellbeing, Culture and Heritage, said: “It’s great that we’re finally going back to some sort of normality, with the return of our fantastic free events programme which I know so many families value as a source of entertainment for their children, who have missed out on so much during the past 18-months or so.
“Now that more restrictions are being lifted, hopefully we can go back to proving our quality offer of free entertainment, courtesy of our fantastic events team, on a more regular basis to attract families into our town centres and open spaces.
“While visiting St Helens town centre for this event , be sure to show your support to local businesses and remember that Covid hasn’t gone away – so it’s vitally important to do everything that’s necessary to keep yourself and others safe.”
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