Updated: Feb 15
Our workshops are now fully booked, BUT, if you would like to be notified about future workshops, please email
We are keeping a list of Priority Contacts for next time we run workshops.
“Explore journaling, drawing, paper collage, creative writing and wellbeing”
For children aged between 7-11, living in Powys, Wales.
We are really excited to announce that with the help of Welsh Government Funding, we are able to provide face to face workshops for local children- completely free of charge! Workshops will be taking place in February half term (2022), thanks to the Winter of Wellbeing Grant.
What we are providing?
A free interactive workshop with a focus on journaling, drawing, paper collage and watercolour as a way of developing and building creative skills for the future. The workshop will help children to boost their confidence, focusing on mental health, well- being, raise self- awareness, while connecting with nature and likeminded peers of similar age. All activities will be hands on and engaging. All materials will be provided
About the Workshop:
3 hours long workshop
Best for independent and creative children between age 7-11
Ideal for curious children who enjoy activities writing, drawing and creativity.
Spending time away from electronic devices and learn about creative writing.
Learning how to make their own journal (basic book binding)
Introduction to nature sketching and journaling
Help develop a creative and useful hobby
Workshop leader and assistant have an enhanced DBS in place
Children can be dropped off just before start of session and collected at the end of the session
Covid- 19 notice:
(You are probably fed up of hearing this…)
Due to the current situation, please follow current Government Guidelines. If you or anyone in your household are feeling unwell, please inform us and do not attend the workshop.
We are doing our best to follow up-to-date Covid Guidelines, while providing children with a fun workshop, however, we need your support to deliver this service and ask you to keep a 2 meters distance at drop off and collection. Please wear a facemask. Children will be able to wash their hands. The tutor will take a lateral flow test on the morning of the workshop to ensure maximum safety for everyone attending. We have a Covid risk assessment in place.
Tutor and helper DBS checked
Risk Assessment, Safeguarding Policy- in place
Social media: Facebook and Instagram
· Accessible toilets
· Accessible parking
· Accessible hand washing facilities
Workshop times and dates
Tuesday 22nd February 2022 9.30- 12.30 (Fully Booked)
Tuesday 22nd February 2022 1.30- 4.30 (Fully Booked)
Wednesday 23rd February 2022 9.30- 12.30 (Fully Booked)
Wednesday 23rd February 2022 1.30- 4.40 (Fully Booked)
Thursday 24th February 2022 9.30- 12.30- (Fully Booked)
If you make a reservation, but are unable to attend the workshop, please contact us as soon as possible, so that children on the waiting list can access the workshop.
Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Where is the workshop taking place?
The workshop will take place in our barn conversion.
Our address is:
Our farm is located on the A470, a mile out of Newbridge on Wye, on the way to Rhayader. There is a large layby on the right- hand side. We will put up a sign in our drive to direct you.
What to bring?
A healthy snack and a drink. All journaling materials will be provided
How to book?
Booking is essential, please don’t just turn up without booking. We have limited spaces due to Covid restrictions and adhering to a maximum of 6 children per group.
To book a place, please use contact form on the "contact" page of our website. Please add “Adventure Workshop” in the subject line of your email. Let us know your preferred date and time. We will do our best to accommodate you.
To avoid disappointment, it is recommended to book as early as possible. Don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions, we are happy to help.
About me (workshop provider)
I work in a lovely local primary school. I really enjoy interacting with children. I am so thrilled that I was granted funding, which has enabled me to set up workshops, which I hope, will guide children towards being creative in their everyday lives.
I love anything to do with art and creativity. I try to do a creative activity every day.
A massive thank you to everyone in the council who has worked hard to distribute the Welsh Government grant funding, to enable children to learn new skills in a fun way.
If you have a friend, who you think may be interested in our workshop, please share this page with them and spread the news.
Hope to see you soon!