Family learning and activities

Starting during the Easter holidays 2019, we've hosted a series of drop-in 'Crescent Crafternoon' activities in the beautiful Pump Room. Our next pop-up and drop-in workshop is during the May half term On Wednesday 29th May 2019, from 2 until 4pm Join us by the well for a fun, informal and hands-on range of craft and making activities exploring spring in beautiful Buxton. Make and take away your own paper flowers, stained glass creations and origami constructions to help us decorate the Pump Room with festive festoonery! Crafters of all ages are welcome - children under 16 must be accompanied by a well behaved adult, and activities are free, but small donations appreciated. If you have any questions, or would like to enquire about learning with us, please get in touch with our learning manager and we'll be happy to help.

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Scott Russell

Education Development Manager, Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust. "Hi. We're really looking forward to bringing an exciting new learning programme to Buxton in partnership with Poole's Cavern and Buxton Museum and Art Gallery. If you'd like to subscribe to our Learning Newsletter we'll send you occasional updates, discounts, news and special offers. Hope to welcome you here soon!"

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CRESCENT CRAFTERNOONS AT THE PUMP ROOM

FUN FOR FAMILIES AND CREATIVE CRAFTERS OF ALL AGES

Wednesday 29th May 2019

Free (donations welcome), 2-4pm

The Pump Room, Buxton

Join our learning team, and Crescent Crafters volunteers, to create a crafty celebration of spring at the Pump Room, Buxton.

No need to book, just turn up between 2pm and 4pm, and stay as little or as long as you like

WOULD YOU LIKE TO MAKE A DAY OF IT?

The Buxton Opera House are holding their own fantastic make and take workshops at 10am at the Pavillion Arts Centre.  Make and decorate beautiful Easter cards for loved ones, with artist and craft expert ‘Make with Lara’.
More info and how to book here…

WE HOPE YOU HAVE SUCH A FUN TIME, YOU MIGHT BE TEMPTED TO DO A LITTLE JIG!

FUN FOR FAMILIES AND CREATIVE CRAFTERS OF ALL AGES

Wednesday 24th April 2019

£2 per person, 2-4pm

The Pump Room, Buxton

Join our learning team, and wonderful Buxton Crescent Volunteers, to create a crafty celebration of Easter at the Pump Room, Buxton.

No need to book, just turn up between 2pm and 4pm, and stay as little or as long as you like.

MAKE A DAY OF IT?

Put a spring in your step and hunt out Poole’s Cavern and Country Park for an immersive experience underground in their amazing show caves.  While you’re there, explore the beautiful Grin Low woods, following the trails to see the beauty of nature at springtime!

FAMILY LEARNING

Starting at Easter 2019 we will be exploring the story of The Buxton Crescent with drop-in family activities at the  Buxton Pump Room. See the events page for dates, times and details – no need to book, just drop in!

For more information please email srussell@buxtoncrescenttrust.org or call 07929 316270.

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