A Traditional Crafts for All Workshop
Sylvan Adventures is proud to be delivering “A Traditional Crafts workshop”, where the whole family can learn new skills in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. There are three to choose from Felting, Green woodworking and Outdoor cooking or you could do all three. They are suitable for all ages and abilities. Join us to learn new skills or share existing skills with family members.
“Traditional Crafts for All” is happening at Growing for Life, Preston, Torbay as part of the Ageing Well Festival, Saturday 3rd October. 10 am – 2pm.
Ever wanted to try Felting?
Making Pizzas in a cob oven (similar to the picture)?
Well now is your chance. Join us at Growing for Life, Preston, Torbay
Drop in anytime between 10 am -2pm. Everyone is welcome
Supported by National Lottery. Donation only
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
It’s not everyday you get to be involved in the birth of something, but we had the pleasure to support the launch event of “Dangerous Dads Torbay” community group on Saturday 18th April between 1 and 4 pm at Primley Park in Torbay. This new community group is also being supported by Action for Children Torbay with its aim to provide free monthly activity events for Dads and male carers with at least one child under five.
We were joined by 18 children and 8 dads on a beautiful sunny spring afternoon, with the smell of wild garlic blowing on the breeze as we explored and play in Primley Park nature reserve in Torbay. There were requests for the old favorites like hide and seek, which we did. It was brilliant watching the dads and their children playing and interacting together, either as they hide amongst the undergrowth or supporting them in counting.
Then we made our way to base camp for den and fire making activities, with all the dads and their children busy playing, socialising and discovering the wonders this nature reserve has to offer. Some enjoyed the delights at lighting their first fire with a flint and steel, which is not as easy as it looks,
Whilst other undertook the challenge of building dens using natural materials and tarps, creating their own woodland palaces:
After all this fun and physical activity, they all were keen not only to toast some marshmallows, but to try some campfire popcorn, as you can see there was more then enough to go around, before heading home very muddy and tired.
For more information on Dangerous Dads Torbay, or it’s next event please check us out and like their Facebook page Dangerous Dads Torbay, or email Dan on email@example.com