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Inkpots holiday clubs run in the school holidays and are always really good fun! These longer workshops give us the opportunity to spend more time on stories and drawings; as the children come from all different schools, it’s a great opportunity for them to mix as well.

There are different themes for the workshops and it’s particularly lovely when our Inkpots children bring friends along. We have refreshments at the workshops too and our home-made cakes are always popular!

**Workshops in 2018**

Autumn half term workshop

Our workshop for the Autumn half term will be a masterclass with local artist and author Tony De Saulles.

Tony is best known for illustrating the Horrible Science series of books, and has recently had his own series of Bee Boy books published.

Wednesday 24 October –  1st Burgess Hill Scout HQ, Station Road, RH15 9EN – 2pm – 3pm. £12.50 per child

Tony will be doing a ‘draw along’ session as well as talking about how he puts a book together. We are also encouraging children to bring any of their stories and drawings too so that Tony can give encouragement and feedback.

We are deliberately restricting group numbers so that everyone gets a chance to talk to Tony and ask him questions about Bee Boy, Horrible Science books and anything else book related!

There will also be some resources for the children to take away with them, and a competition to win some of Tony’s drawings.

We will supply all the materials needed for the workshop session too.

This workshop is aimed at budding young artists and authors age 7 – 11 years. If you have any other questions, please email gill@inkpots.org

Bookings for the workshop can be made via our online system. Please click HERE

 

Terms and conditions are available as a downloadable PDF HERE

 

 

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Inkpots is good because you can do a range of activities.   Lara

Inkpots holiday clubs are brilliant!   Rebecca 

 My children come away from Inkpots inspired and itching to continue the stories they’ve started.   Inkpots Parent

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