It was a grand day to celebrate the support given to parents and children by Narromine’s grandparents and older residents.
Children, parents, grandparents and everyone in between gathered to be a part of the fun at the Narromine Health Service.
There was plenty of fun with cake stalls, a sausage sizzle, games such as knock ‘em down and bric a brack, a jumping castle, market stalls, animal farm, a talent quest and Irish dancing.
Community health services were also available to offer information on what support is available.
The event is part of NSW Grandparents day, which is held on Sunday, October 28 which celebrates and recognises the contributions grandparents and older people make to their families and to the community.
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