Mark and Heather Clarke from Creativity, Design and Production, incorporating Forest, School for All, would like to welcome you to . . .
This year you will find, Toys & Games, Workshops, Arts & Crafts, Demonstrations, Sculpture, Bushcraft, Survival Skills with a twist of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths) all heavily inspired by the Forest School Movement.
We have something to keep the whole family busy and entertained all day as well as programmed workshops, the occasional special appearance or improvised occurrence or if you are just looking for a place to sit, rest or read a book, you are welcome at the Creative Quarter.
Here is just a taster of what we have to offer:
All of this and all the other amazing offerings you have come to know and love that helps to make Towersey Festival such a special family occasion.
We are really looking forward to spending time with you experiencing Claydon Estate and helping to make your festival special and memorable.
Please drop by and say hello!
For those who like to plan here is this year’s program of structured workshops and activities. Sessions run from 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 pm daily. Please note that two hours is not always needed to successfully complete the workshop. Morning sessions are generally more challenging and intended for older children, families and adults and the afternoon sessions are more for younger guests with their families.
Friday Morning Cold Forming Metal
Friday Afternoon Edible Art and Sculpture
Saturday Morning Green Wood Working
Saturday Afternoon Natural Art, Totem and Pebble Painting and Log Pets
Sunday Morning Fire! Starting, maintaining, cooking and extinguishing
Sunday Afternoon Natural and Recycled Material Sound Makers and Musical Instruments
Monday Morning Peg Loom making and weaving
Monday Afternoon Free Play Clay