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WHAT IS IT?

The Creation Station in Driffield and Bridlington are Fun Craft Clubs for ages 5 months – 11 year olds, which run termly and during the holidays.

Create Club – supervised after school arts and craft clubs for 5 to 11 year olds, new session starting at Cranswick Primary on Tuesdays 3.20-4.20pm.

Arty Parties – hassle free, affordable art and craft parties, including painting, modelling, making, and sculpting. Prices start from £100 for a 1 hour party for 10 children and all invites and party bags are included. Your child’s party will be unique and personalised to your child and needs.

WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE CLASSES?

The Londesborough, Bridlington on a Tuesday

10:30am Little Explorers (15 months to 5 years) and 11.30am Baby Discover (5 months to 15 months)

Driffield Community Centre on a Friday

10:00am Little Explorers (15 months to 5 years) and 11.15am Baby Discover (5 months to 15 months)

Family Fun sessions run at the same times during the holidays for 18 months – 11 years old. Check website for details nearer the time of school holidays… www.thecreationstation.co.uk

** Create Club runs on a Tuesday 3.20-4.20pm for primary school children at Cranswick School. ***

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Sessions cost £6 per child and £3 per sibling. This is reduced to £5 and £2.50 when you book for the programme.

Child minders pay £2.50 for all children except the first.

If you can’t attend every week, vouchers are available.

ERM DISCOUNT…. 25% off the first term for new customers (quote East Riding Mums)

CONTACT DETAILS Kirsty Hickson 07745 346391 kirstyhickson@thecreationstation.co.uk

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OUR EXPERIENCE

The session we attended in Driffield this summer was a huge hit with the kids. The club started with a little song, and all the kids helped open the box and get out a large blue sheet, shells and fish. They talked about things we find under the sea, different textures and helped to create a big under the sea picture. Then it was their turn to get to work blowing paint bubbles, painting, sticking and collaging. The kids were really proud of their under the sea pictures at the end of the session. Even the younger ones really enjoyed themselves, getting messy and exploring. Crafting isn’t just for girls, Kirsty’s two boys were at the club and are very creative indeed, no doubt their mum’s passion has rubbed off. There are also craft supplies for sale and handy little kits, which make great present ideas.

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