Dobbies Swindon are inviting families to get artistic in the garden this autumn with its free Little Seedlings Club workshop this November.
The free Little Seedlings Club workshop will take place on Sunday 6 November.
During the autumn months the trees change colour and bronzed leaves pave the ground, and the team at Dobbies Swindon say it is the perfect time of year to give gardens a colourful makeover.
Dobbies’ November workshop will aim to show kids aged between 4 - 10 how to create beautiful garden art using existing pots, natural objects, and recycled materials to brighten up any garden.
This interactive workshop hopes to spark the children's imagination and teach them how to be creative with nature in a sustainable way, and through craft activities.
The team will strive to highlight the value of exploring the outdoors and how children can use natural materials like sticks, rocks, and flowers to create striking art in a sustainable way.
They will also learn about recycling, its importance to the environment and how recycled items, such as plastic bottles or aluminium, can be used to create a colourful piece of garden art.
Dobbies’ Partnership and Events Manager, Sarah Murray, said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming our Little Seedlings Club attendees this November. Gardens are full of warm tones during autumn, and we hope that our workshop helps children explore their creativity with arts and crafts to brighten their outside space sustainably.
“Our workshop is a great place for locals in Swindon to meet new friends, learn more about the environment and try something new.”
For more details on Dobbies’ Swindon free November Little seedlings workshop, individuals can visit: events.dobbies.com.
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