HANDS-on workshops have helped bring creative ideas to life during the Adur Festival.
A programme of creative workshops for children was organised in the yurt at Adur Outdoor Activities Centre from May 25 to June 1.
The half-term activities included animation, sculpture, model making, clay, masks and storytelling.
Hanna Boal, who runs Hands On Workshops, said the yurt was now a permanent feature at the Brighton Road centre and a programme of creative days and shared workshops was planned for the school holidays.
“It is great. I am a qualified teacher but I decided to go back to running workshops to try to give children the chance to explore different techniques and materials,” she explained.
Sessions are for a maximum of ten children, aged four to 13. Visit www.facebook.com/handsoncommunity or email Hanna at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.