|4th Jun 2020 to 31st Aug 2020|
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'Make Space' sessions are fun, varied and will help you protect your mental well-being as well as bringing joy and structure to your day. No creative experience necessary.
Activities are varied, with both visual and digital art workshops there is something to suit everyone. We will be trying out doodling for relaxation and posting challenges such as recreating famous paintings with things around your house. There will the option of meeting on zoom to do activities together or trying out our facebook live videos in your own time.
Our youth workers will also be holding workshops on themes such as routine and breathing exercises to support general wellbeing.
Whether you’re looking for a challenge, a way to connect with others, a new skill or a new way of feeling calm, there is something for you at Make Space.
This is ideal as an introduction to our work, or for those looking for something as and when they like.
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