Play and Create with Little Trees – 14 April 2023
10.30 am to 12.00 noon
with Sarah Ryan of Little Trees
Cost: £10 for 5 to 13 year olds accompanied by an adult – Siblings who are under 5 – £3
Babes in arms and accompanying adults -free
About Play and Create
Bring the children along for some outdoor fun and crafting in the beautiful setting of Whistlewood Common this Easter holidays.
Children will have the opportunity to make British native wildflower seed bombs and once their creations are safely wrapped up ready to take home and dry, they will head out on a scavenger hunt to make some nature-inspired art. We will then gather around the campfire to weave friendship bracelets using a braiding disc, and enjoy yummy toasted hot cross buns.
Children must be accompanied by an adult and supervised at all times. Age ranges are just for guidance however the activities are very generally best suited to over 5s. Some children may need more or less support when making seed bombs and braiding. Children under 5 are still welcome to book a £10 ticket for access to all of the activities. The sibling ticket is for those who have an older child and wish to bring their younger sibling who may not engage in all of the activities. Every child will be able to create nature art and enjoy hot cross buns.
Please indicate any special dietary needs in the notes section when booking.
About Sarah Ryan
Sarah is a lifelong crafter and nature lover with a huge interest in sustainability and self-sufficiency. Following a 14-year career in graphic design, Sarah retrained with the Royal Forestry Society in outdoor learning. This journey later led to qualifications in bushcraft and mindfulness. Sarah now delivers a variety of seasonal workshops and retreats to children and adults of all ages.
This event is being organised and run by Sarah of Little trees. Sarah’s website ishttp://www.littletrees.uk