A new group being set up for home educated students aged 11-17 years.
Start date: Monday 29th April 2019 and running every Monday through May excpet the 6th May which is a Bank Holiday.
Venue: The Youth Cafe, Tavistock
Sessions will be varied and include:
- Meeting each other, team games and relaxed first session
- A print making workshop with the opportunity of entering an exhitibition
- An outdoor session at Burrator which will include making a camp fire and cooking on it in the woods. This will be delivered by the Lakes Trust Worker.
- Cooking and eating at the Youth Cafe.
For further details please contact Vicki Lloyd-Walsh, Youth Cafe Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org | 07913 695571
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