Homemade Christmas craft ideas
Fieldhead Campus, Fieldhead Hospital, Ouchthorpe Lane, Wakefield, WF1 3SP
Face to Face Recovery College Courses (18+)
As part of our “coping with the cost of living series”, the team are really excited to be offering this short workshop with some quick Christmas craft ideas (and maybe even some handmade Christmas table decorations!). These crafts are aimed at being cheap to make and suitable for gifting to people at Christmas if you wish.
Please ensure you enrol on this in plenty of time as we will need to ensure any packs of crafting materials that are required for you to participate have enough time to be posted out to you before the session begins.
This course is part of our online coping with the cost of living series. If you’d like more support at this time and need some tips on how to manage the increased cost of living, check out the rest of the series:
Most of these sessions have purposely only been offered online to ensure that people wishing to attend can do so without having to think about their transport or parking costs.
At Fieldhead Campus
Start dates and time
|Term Autumn/Winter||Thursday||10 November 2022||10am-12pm||1 weeks|
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