We’ve got a fantastic summer of creative get-togethers ahead for older people in rural Mid Suffolk and Babergh as part of our Make, Do & Friend programme. All free of charge, and covering a wide variety of creative pursuits, there’s something for everyone!
Why not dip your toe in the water this summer and, if getting creative with friends and neighbours floats your boat, there are many more socials planned for the coming 12 months to look forward to.
Come along and get creative at our regular crafting socials. We welcome you to enjoy the company of friends and neighbours as you try your hand at crafts including printing, willow-weaving, paper-making, felt-making, and plaster-casting. The workshops are run by professional artists, with materials and refreshments provided – and it’s all free!
Finningham Village Green: Tuesday 6th August, 10am – 12noon
Redlingfield Grass Triangle: Wednesday 7th August, 10am – 12noon
Buxhall Village Hall: Monday 19th August 2pm – 4pm
Wingfield, Castle Crescent: Tuesday 20th August, 10am – 12noon
Wingfield and Syleham Village Hall: Wednesday 11th September, 10am – 12.30pm
Capel St Mary Village Hall: Tuesday 17th September, 10am – 12.30pm
For more information or to book your place, contact Lynn Whitehead, email@example.com / 01986 873955.
Some of the best new short drama happens on the radio – some funny, some moving, some intriguing. Why not come along, listen together in a friendly & welcoming atmosphere and then share thoughts about the plot, acting and sound effects over tea and cake. No equipment or experience needed.
Stowmarket United Reformed Church, 10am – 12noon, on:
Wednesday 10th July
Wednesday 14th August
Wednesday 11th September
Needham Market Community Centre, 10am – 12noon, on:
Monday 12th August
Monday 9th September
This events are free and no booking necessary – just drop in! For more information, contact Lynn Whitehead, firstname.lastname@example.org / 01986 873955
Enjoy three day long workshops that cover the wonderful world of textiles. Joy will be delivering a programme of morning talks with an afternoon workshop to follow.
The Bank Arts Centre, Eye, 10.30am – 3pm on:
Monday 29th July: Make, Do & Mend
Monday 12th August: History of Sewing Machines
Monday 2nd Sept: Multicultural Textiles
For more information and to book a place for these, please contact The Bank Arts Centre on 01379 873495
You can find more information on the full summer Make, Do & Friends programme, including venue accessibility, here.