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A happy, crafty Easter for kids at West Notts

Posted: 02 April 2019

Children will have the chance to get egg-stremely creative this Easter at West Nottinghamshire College as two artistic workshops have been announced.

Easter colour for artistic children
Easter colour for artistic children

The Derby Road-based Create building will be hosting two fun art sessions on Wednesday 17 April, catering for a range of ages.

The drawing and painting Easter themes with watercolours class caters for children aged 7 to 11 years of age and will take place from 9am to 12pm. The cost is £13.50 per child.

Painting Easter eggs and making Easter cards will appeal to the younger audience, and is recommended for those aged 4 to 7 years of age. This workshop runs from 1-2.30pm and costs £7 per child.

Please note that places are limited and booking is essential. To book on to a class and get further details, please call the main college number on 01623 627191 and ask for Learner Records or email at info@createtheatre.co.uk 

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