Last week I ventured to Bickley Hall farm where the Wildlife Trust were running one of their art workshops for the over 50's, part of the Brightlife initiative,
The group was both friendly and welcoming, and I soon immersed myself into an creative adventure, the tutor who was very helpful guided each one of the participants to create amazing art work.
The venue itself was ideal with such an amazing space to create, have fun, and make new friends. I hadn't realised how much was on offer at Bickley Hall farm until I was told of the many other exciting opportunities provided there, from Bird watching to organised walks, there is certainly plenty to do.
The 2 hours of creative fun was so relaxing and I could see everyone taking part was enjoying themselves, as they immersed into their artwork. At the end of the session we had a group tidy up and then sat, had a drink and a chat. It was so nice to see how each person was being encouraged to develop their creative side and also the mutual support being offered by every one.
I had a thoroughly enjoyable time, and would highly recommend these workshops. For more information contact Anne Brenchely on 01948 820728 or email ABrenchley@cheshirewt.org.uk
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