FAMILIES can enjoy a series of weekly workshops thanks to Children's World. 

The charity have organized the “DO try this at home” events to inspire creative educational activities that can be done at home.

Charity director, Kristen Lindop, said: “After a period of uncertainty it’s great to be back in the community!

“Thanks to funding from the Glastonbury Town Council Youth Committee ‘DO Try This at Home’ is already up and running.

“In August we’ve had an amazing range of workshops: poetry with Chris Redmond, balloon science with Ballonatic, juggling with Higher Beings and our famous juggling Trustee, Haggis McLeod, and a brilliant Mojo Moves session with Rare Species.

“And, thanks to further funding from Somerset Skills & Learning and the Somerset Community Foundation, there’s a lot more fun more to come, including magic, storytelling, hooping and puppetry!”

Somerset County Gazette:

The workshops, based at Paddington Farm in Glastonbury cost £2 per household.

The workshops are limited to only five households at a time and must be booked in advance to comply with social distancing.

The next workshop will be Mojo Moves with Rare Species next Thursday at 11am.

For more information visit the Children’s World Facebook page or email info@childrensworldcharity.org