Feel Good Family Making
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Feel Good Family Making

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Feel Good Family Making

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Love's Farm House

Saint Neots, United Kingdom

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Feel Good Family Making

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Tutors: Jo Grimmer and Julie Sismey

£15.00 per family (up to 3 persons*)

With expert advice from Craftworks tutors Jo or Julie, you are sure to take home beautiful hand-crafted homeware... and more at this Saturday afternoon session. This workshop is for families with children who have additional learning needs. All materials, tools and equipment needed for the session are included - from thousands of beads, reams of papers and glues galore to printing screens and jewellery-making pliers. 

October - Decorations, gifts and more. Examples include lino printing to make cards and wrapping paper, hand-rolled felt bauble garlands and beaded keychains

January - Sensory crafts. Examples include making flubber, glitter tubes, bath salts, crayon candles and fairy lights

May - Personalised homeware. Meaningful mosaic art plaques and decoupage letters

We believe your creative time is precious and we're here to help you make the most of it!

The Feel Good Making workshops include mindfulness techniques and well-being activities, giving you time to make, find meaning and be mindful. Join us in the lovely Cambridgeshire town of St Neots from 12pm to 3pm at Loves Farm House. The bright and airy studio is perfect for making and parking is free! Make a day of it - there are many great teashops for a slice of cake in the town afterwards with good shops and places to visit such as the Riverside Park and St Neots Museum.

Group sizes are small and friendly with only four families per workshop. Here's some things people have said about our workshops -

 "I have really enjoyed the course and getting back into crafting again. I enjoyed meeting people and working within a group"

"Very enjoyable, friendly and relaxed"

"I would recommend as it's a wholesome experience where you get to be expressive through arts"

*price includes maximum of three people - 2 adults and a child or 1 adult and 2 children

GAP Learning - designs, creates and educates. Sisters and co-founders Teresa Crickmar and Amanda Page run a programme of creative and practical community learning courses and workshops throughout Cambridgeshire. Our aim is to promote positive change for those living through difficult circumstances. As a social enterprise we sell a range of products from craft & cooking to wedding workshops, Craftworks Rocks fundraising magnets and run community events.
Love’s Farm House aspires to be a place of connection, cohesion and belonging, where neighbours become friends, residents become a community and everyone can be part of the story. 
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