Each child will be asked 'What's your perfect garden? Where would it be, and what would be in it: flowers, giant snails, or a football pitch?'
Over a series of three morning workshops each child will work with artist sisters Merrie and Edwina Ashton to make a book expressing their ideas in shapes, words, colours and artwork - and take it away with them. It will give children the chance to show how they imagine the look, experience and sensation of what is to them - not to adults - the ideal garden.
For ages 8-10: Parents and guardians should drop children off at 10am and collect them at 12 noon prompt. Parents/guardians must fill in a consent form which includes their contact details, before dropping children off on the first day of a workshop.
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