Culture from your home
As many people are still looking for activities to keep connected and active during the time spent at home, Cheshire West and Chester Council's Arts team has put together a list of cultural events, activities and resources that can all be accessed from home.
The Council Arts team has put together a list of activities available locally from the Council and partners.
There are creative challenges to engage with; karaoke, drama, writing, craft and more plus a wide range of ebooks and emagazines to download.
More organisations and individuals are developing activities and online content to stay connected in these challenging times.
The resource pages: www.westcheshiremuseums.co.uk/culture-from-your-home/ will be kept up to date when they are available.
There are a wide range of activities available online, the Get Creative Festival in May has been cancelled but follow #GetCreativeAtHome to find activities to inspire you to have a go at something creative www.getcreativeuk.com.
If you are aware of more online activities that are open for others in our community to join locally please get in contact with us by email: email@example.com
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