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Accessible Crafts: 4 Weeks

Accessible craft to nurture neurodiverse communities (Ages 6-12)

  • Started 8 May
  • Beaver Lodge

Available spots


Service Description

Introducing Nurturing Neuro Diversity! A new service from HARE, tailored to support neurodiverse children, young people and their families. Our first group is a series of accessible crafts for children/young people (aged 6-12), based in our woodland and Funded by the National Heritage Lottery. Held every Wednesday for three hours starting at 12:30, these sessions are tailored to foster a sense of community and support. Our aim is to create an inclusive environment where participants can come together to share the experience of learning various crafts. From the art of whittling and felting to the skills of fire lighting and foraging, our diverse range of activities ensures there's something for everyone to explore and enjoy. Join us for FREE, as we embark on a journey of creativity, connection, and empowerment. Important Information - Please read After booking you will receive a confirmation email from the website AND an "Important Info" email from HARE. Please read the email carefully. It will include a link to a registration form for you to complete and other useful information about arriving at the site. Please ensure that you complete the registration form promptly to enable us to plan for the session. If you have any queries please email, phone or whatsapp us. info@hercic.co.uk or 07761164352


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

Please see our policies and procedures on our website, along with other useful information, including our contingency and cancellation policy: https://www.harecic.co.uk/terms-conditions If you have any queries regarding anything in our policies or you notice any errors/typos, please get in touch on info@harecic.co.uk


Contact Details

  • HARE Forest School CIC, Whitecroft road, Parkend, Lydney, UK

    07840235085

    info@harecic.co.uk


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