Summer holiday fun is a Breeze as popular events return

Last summer’s Breeze events attracted more than 21,000 young people.

Events will be held at Roundhay Park on Aug 6 and 7, and Kirkstall Abbey on Aug 13 and 14.

Councillor Lucinda Yeadon, Leeds City Council’s executive member for digital and creative technologies, culture and skills, said:

“Our Breeze on Tour events have become one of the highlights of the summer for young people in Leeds and I’m sure this year will be no exception.

“These events are a great opportunity for children and young people to come along, join thousands of others their own age and try some activities that are

fun, free and different.

“It’s also something parents can take their kids along to and get them out and about over the summer holidays without breaking the bank.”

All activities are free but some charges apply at the fairground zone and refreshment stalls.

Some height restrictions will apply and height charts will be available throughout the area.

As well as Breeze on Tour, Mini Breeze events will also be taking place at locations across Leeds throughout the summer.

To attend, just being a BreezeCard or sign up for one at the event. Accompanying adults don’t need a BreezeCard.

For more information about Breeze events including a full list of events and location, visit:

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