Look Out – Schools Out!

Discover printmaking, make a willow bird feeder and learn how to make things with wool. These are just some of the crafts on offer this February half-term.  Find out more.

Land of Oak & Iron Heritage Centre, Winlaton Mill:  Wednesday 19 February: 10.30am – 12.30pm & 1.30 – 3.30pm.

We have lots of colourful wool to get creative with! Join in the fun and make something woolly to take home with you. No need to book just drop in anytime during the times listed.

Tyne Riverside Country Park, Prudhoe:  Thursday 20 February: 10am – 4pm

As part of the Great Northumberland Winter Festival, there will be a range of activities including printmaking, willow bird feeders, woodland crafts and if the weather holds off, a fire pit to make charcoal pencils.

At Tyne Riverside Country Park, we’re hoping for a bit of sunshine so we can run the activities outside, but if its a bit too rainy we will move inside the café area and under the marquee.  No need to book just turn up on the day and enjoy.

The Lodge, Blackhill & Consett Park:  Saturday 22 February, 10.30am – 12pm

‘Two Little Mice’ Storytime and Craft with local illustrator and author Monique Scott.

Come along to The Lodge in Blackhill & Consett Park to hear Monique reading from her new children’s book ‘Two Little Mice’.  Places are free, however booking is essential as places are limited.

To book, please contact Martin Weston, Tel: 03000 262 480
Email: martin.weston@durham.gov.uk

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