National Children's Day UK is all about the importance of a healthy childhood and how we need to protect the rights and freedoms of children in order to ensure that they can grow into happy, healthy adults.
The first day of the month of May is known as May Day. The weather is getting warmer (well usually it is) and flowers and trees are starting to blossom. There are many different customs that people celebrate at this time to show the joy and happiness of the long winter they have left behind.
Spring Fair is one of the largest trade fairs of the year for retailers, with a very wide range of exhibitors. Armed with my entry pass, my list of suppliers I wanted to see, notepad and business cards, I set off filled with anticipation to the NEC just outside Birmingham.
On Sunday the 12th May it is National Children’s Day UK. This day is all about the importance of children, focusing on their rights and freedom of childhood that will help them grow into happy healthy adults.
Most people think that when they grow up then they can’t enjoy toys anymore. This is not true. Toys and games are great for any age to play. And what’s great is teaching the younger generations the games we you used to play.