Creative ideas brought to life

HANDS-on workshops have helped bring creative ideas to life during the Adur Festival.

Sunday, 8th June 2014, 5:00 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 6:54 am
S22516H14 Toby Bowley with his creation

A programme of creative workshops for children was organised in the yurt at Adur Outdoor Activities Centre from May 25 to June 1.

The half-term activities included animation, sculpture, model making, clay, masks and storytelling.

Hanna Boal, who runs Hands On Workshops, said the yurt was now a permanent feature at the Brighton Road centre and a programme of creative days and shared workshops was planned for the school holidays.

S22512H14 Some of the children taking part in Hands On Workshops in the yurt at Adur Outdoor Activities Centre

“It is great. I am a qualified teacher but I decided to go back to running workshops to try to give children the chance to explore different techniques and materials,” she explained.

Sessions are for a maximum of ten children, aged four to 13. Visit www.facebook.com/handsoncommunity or email Hanna at [email protected] for more information.