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Students' work at Embroiderers' exhibition

Why stay at home watching the rain or TV when you could be actively involved learning new skills with some of the best tutors in the area and taking home your very own unique creation, all for the princely sum of £5?

South Cheshire Young Embroiderers' will once again be donning their old clothes for another exciting and innovative session of inspirational creation on Wednesday 25th July from 10.30 am to 2.30pm at Yoxhall Village Hall, Haslington.

All children between the ages of 7-17 years are welcome.

Please bring a packed lunch and a twig or garden cane approximately 18 cms long!

For further details contact 01270 589626 or contact Ruth at:
sewalong@hotmail.co.uk

 

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