Definition of fun day in English:

fun day

noun

British
  • A day of organized events providing a variety of amusements and activities.

    ‘the club hosted its annual family fun day on Friday, August 15’
    • ‘The fun day was sponsored by local businesses.’
    • ‘Visitors to the Fun Day will see the first public appearance in the town of Billericay Football Club's new manager.’
    • ‘Young and old from all over Down District gathered at Downpatrick Cricket Club on Sunday for a family fun day in aid of Cancer Research.’
    • ‘A day of celebrating family is coming to Nanton with the 3rd Annual Family Fun Day, sponsored by the FCSS.’
    • ‘The mothers, who go by the name of Anfield Community Spirit, work tirelessly to ensure local children and young people have activities and events to look forward to, such as street parties, fun days, outings and street play activities.’
    • ‘BBC Hereford & Worcester is looking for local talent in Redditch this Saturday at the Caribbean Family Fun Day.’
    • ‘Today's activities include a family fun day at Ballindoolin House and garden, with classic cars and a best dressed teddy competition, as well as a summer garden day at Knockabbey Castle and a jazz concert at Loughcrew Historic Gardens.’
    • ‘Skater Dave Carpenter gets some air in front of the crowd at the Forrester Park fun day yesterday.’
    • ‘I missed the Fun Day at Murlough as I was at a Fun Day in Downpatrick!’
    • ‘It was out with the old and in with the new for members of Templeton Young Farmers' Club, when they dropped their annual horticultural and craft show in favour of a more relaxed family fun day.’
    • ‘There's an art auction with a difference, an art market, exhibition and family fun day.’
    • ‘Eighty-five trucks travelled from Point Moore to Woorree Park for a family fun day on Sunday.’
    • ‘This strategy owes part of its success to the ongoing environmental awareness campaign being staged by the municipal council, such as community fun days for the whole family.’
    • ‘The school is holding a fun day on Sunday, July 13 from 11am to 3pm and proceeds from the day will go to Race for Life.’
    • ‘The musical fun day spills from stages in Brindleyplace and the Mailbox onto the canals in and around the city.’
    • ‘He wants to add an antique tractor show and even a tractor pull to the farm fun day this year.’
    • ‘The walk and fun day will take place from 11 am to 4pm at Haworth Park on Sunday, May 4.’
    • ‘Two to three weeks later, the facility offers a family fun day, with the emphasis on building sports leagues.’
    • ‘The family fun day, which will feature all forms of transport from horses to hot-air balloons, will allow people to walk the length of the two-mile route from Crossflatts to Cottingley on Saturday, July 26, before the road opens to traffic in the autumn.’