Five fun family things to do in Doncaster this week - July 10-17

Little Singers group
Little Singers group

From mummy fitness sessions, and family fun days, to sing-a-long nights out, and little singers, there's plenty of family fun to be had to Doncaster this week...

1) Family Fun Day, Sandall Park

Dirty Dancing sing-a-long fun

Dirty Dancing sing-a-long fun

Enjoy hook-a-duck, a dog show, bouncy castle, cakes, raffles, craft stalls, kids rides, face painting, helium balloons, food vans selling sweet and savoury treats, bric-a-brac, and much more this Sunday July 15, at Sandall Park.

The charity family fun day will raise funds for Lowland Rescue, when it kicks off at 12pm, running until 4pm.

Entry for the event is free and everyone is welcome to along.

2) Dirty Dancing: sing-a-long, Doncaster Little Theatre

Sandall Park family fun day

Sandall Park family fun day

Nobody puts baby in the corner...Join Mama Knows Yorkshire for a sing-a-long screening of the 80s classic this Friday July 13, following the summer story of Frances Houseman and Johnny Castle. There will be welcome drinks and goodie bags when the doors open at 6.30am. Sing-a-long to the songs and yell the quotes back at the screen, when the film starts at 7.30pm. Visit @mamaknowsyorkshire on Facebook for details and tickets.

3) Little Singers Doncaster, at Cast Theatre

Sing songs, explore instruments, play games and have fun with music this weekly session, running each Wednesday from 10am to 10.45am. Sessions aim to support the development and well-being of children under the age of four and their families through high-quality musical experiences and activities. Led by Opera North’s professional musician, all workshops introduce live singing and music-making in a fun and creative environment.

4) Bumps, Babies & Beyond

Fitmums comes to the town

Fitmums comes to the town

Head to St Aidan’s Church, Wheatley Hills, to meet friends old and new, from 10am to 11.30am this Friday July 13.

The sessions costs just £1 per person - for adults, toddlers and babies - and includes unlimited hot drinks and squash. There will also be cake for the adults, and healthy snacks for the kids. Open to children of any age, there will be plenty of toys to play with whilst parents chat over a cuppa. Drop in, all welcome.

5) FitMums

Mexborough Athletics Club, Tuesday evenings, 6.30pm

Calling all Dearne Valley mums and friends, of all fitness levels and running abilities, to a new evening session designed to encourage and inspire.

Session leader Fleur Holland said: “We really are a club like no other. The support is what makes us unique; nobody ever gets left behind, even the faster runners turn around and come back to make sure we all finish together. We have members who come to us having never run before, gain confidence, and go on to run half and full marathons. Make new friends and let us help you become the best version of yourself.”