Workshops planned for Audlem Festival

Home » Latest News » Workshops planned for Audlem Fest
Default

Audlem Festival will feature a number of workshops for young people this May. On Saturday 27th May, the Potters Barn from Sandbach will be offering young people the chance to experience the joy of creating with clay. No booking is needed. There will also be a very special art workshop creating umbrellas and parasols that will later be displayed in the Carnival procession on the Bank Holiday Monday. A Street Dance, led by Mr Ron Case, returns for another introduction to street dancing. This was very popular last year and pre-booking is needed.

On Sunday 28th May the workshop continues with Jean Crocker, an experienced and talented artist, on developing the parasols and umbrellas out of any materials available.

News of the music and art planned for this year's festival were published on Audlem Online yesterday and Saturday. Look out for the leaflets that will be coming soon with full details.

 

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Post Office logo
Sat 18 Jan 1:13pm  |  hits: 1,408

Due to our technical difficulties with the phone lines being down and from a security aspect, Lllovely and Audlem post office will be closing at 1pm today.We hope that BT rectify this situation by Monday, and we apologise for the inconvenience it is causing our customers.Thank you for the support still being given throughout this...

ocean wave 2
Fri 17 Jan 6:08am  |  hits: 1,184

Thursday from January 23rdI am excited to announce that as of next Thursday I shall be in Audlem with my fantastic selection of fresh fish and seafood.I'm pleased to say that I've now got permission to use the Lord Combermere pub car park every Thursday 9.45-11.45 starting next Thursday 23rd.Thanks for all your help and I hope to be a great addition to your smashing villageKind...

joey
Wed 15 Jan 6:08am  |  hits: 1,101

While we watch, helplessly, at the devastation that the Australian fires are causing to the wildlife — some of us are picking up knitting needles, crochet hooks and sewing kits to craft emergency care items for the orphaned animals.I'm knitting a range of joey pouches, one of my pals has started knitting koala mittens, while another is sewing liners to go into the joey pouches. And who...