A Space to Make – April 2018

Image Credit: Making Space

Making Space, 2 Bishopstoke Road, PO9 5BN

02392472491
admin@makingspace.org
www.makingspace.org

Tuesday 17 April 2018
10am - 12pm
Opening Hours: 10am - 4.30pm
No need to book. Stay for the whole 2 hours or drop in for just 30 minutes.

The idea is simple; we, as a creative venue will provide you with “a space to make”. The sessions will be free to attend, although as we are a charity we will welcome donations, and attendees are invited to come along and bring your own crafty projects to work on.

We hope that over time ‘a space to make’ community will evolve, and the regular sessions will provide an opportunity to get out of the house and meet other people. You needn’t be a professional, quite the opposite, we welcome home crafters and all levels and ages. Bring along your knitting, your current creative project or even your colouring book and pencils. It doesn’t matter what you’re working on, just that people are coming together and getting creative.

We hope that by providing ‘a space to make’, Making Space will in turn meet more local people and more people will benefit from the brilliant venue and resources we have here. We also know that taking part in creative pursuits is great for personal well being and general happiness!

The sessions will be on the first and third Tuesday of every month, from 10am – 12noon.

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