If you’re looking for some Easter activities for your children or grandchildren, please sign up to one of our crafting workshops in April, 2017.
We’re hosting Easter activities from Saturday, April 1 until Easter Monday, April 17 to help raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Our co-owner, mum-of-four, Claire Sellar-Elliott says: “We’ve decided as a team to choose to support the charity this year because I’m a cancer survivor myself and as a mum I know how important it is to find fun and sensible activities for your kids to do during the holidays, which get them away from the TV and their ipads or similar hand held devices.
“So, as our previous children’s workshops have been such a huge success, we’ve decided to host some more events during the Easter holidays for youngsters to come along to.
“During the two-week break, we will be helping raise money for Cancer Research UK by hosting children’s crafting activities including Easter egg painting and bonnet and roll bunny making with proceeds and donations to the charity.”
Booking for these events is essential. Please call us on 01398 341401.
Claire continued: “Our workshops are a great way to entertain your little ones if you’re staying with us or if you’re local and you’d like to drop in for lunch. You can book a 20-minute slot before your lunch for your children to craft with us or just come and have a morning tea and coffee and book an activity at the same time. The Easter bonnet making will be charged from £2 per child, the stone flower painting and roll bunny making are free with donations to the charity, Easter Egg decorating is 50 pence per egg.
“We’re exceptionally family-orientated here and can cater for babies and young children who dine or come and stay with us. Sam is happy to make fresh, to order purees and toddler enticing foods such as green bean hair on a mashed potato face!
“As a parent myself, I know how important it is when going out with children to have them prioritised, so everyone has an enjoyable time so there are colouring books, pencils, board games and activities on hand here to keep them happy and contented…and that means happy and contented parents too!”
The workshops are a great opportunity for children to get creative and parents and guardians can have a tea and coffee while their youngsters are busy and then stay on for lunch afterwards.
We’re really looking forward to welcoming our guests’ children along and seeing what they make during the workshops, while also raising lots of money for the charity. All the attendees will be able to keep their creations and take them home with them afterwards.
We have also set up a Just Giving donation page, which can be found here.