We’re Hosting A Family Craft Afternoon In Elham This Weekend!


Saturday 23rd April, 2pm-4pm Elham Village Hall

Come along to the Village Hall in Elham, Kent this Saturday 23rd April for a fun-filled family crafting afternoon, hosted in conjunction with Play for Elham! Experienced staff from our team will be on hand to offer assistance with lots of fun activities for young ones from age 3 to 12, and you can even take your finished work home. A pop-up cafe will be on hand to serve you delicious cakes, healthy snacks and beverages for everyone to enjoy too!

A small entry fee will apply on the door with all money raised going towards the Play Park Insurance Fund, allowing local children to enjoy their play park for years to come. 


We’ll be giving out a FREE goody back for the first 50 children through the doors, so make sure you’re early! Here’s a list of all of the activities you can expect at the event…

    Celebrate St. George’s Day in style by painting your face with some super designs, including the famous red & white flag! All facepaints are washable and skin friendly.
    Brighten up your kitchen or garden by painting one of our mini terracotta flower pots! The only limit is your imagination…
    Create sparkling pictures to brighten up any room with the easy-to-use and low mess Djeco Glitter Boards! Finish off your masterpiece by decorating your very own picture frame with glitter and sand.
    Create your own textile designs both fast and easy with Marabu Fashion Sprays!
    Try your hand at Zentangle, a fun and relaxing method for creating beautiful patterns!
    Step back in time by painting your own Knight’s helmet & sword!

Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the event. We’d love to see you there!

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