Come Grow With Us


*Please note the Tuesday workshop is now sold out. Some spaces available for Wednesday*

Grand Junction presents, in partnership with Green Westbourne, Come Grow With Us.
Join us for three creative and nature themed workshops in the February half term. Perfect to keep your little ones busy. Aimed at age 3-7. These workshops are for the whole family to join in with, get creative and learn about nature and the world around us.
Each workshop is 50 minutes long with 10 mins to move to the next workshop.
Please arrive at Grand Junction just before 10am.

The three workshops are;

Storytelling and Movement with Change4Life
Change4Life will bring you an adventurous session to listen and move with stories to grow our imaginations. We will also make our own stories using things from nature and share them with your family.
The whole family is welcome!

Introduction to growing with Westminster Adult Education Service (WAES)
WAES will guide families through simple and effective ways of planting and growing, even if you don’t have a garden or a balcony!

Let’s get crafty:
WAES will deliver exciting art and making workshops using natural and found materials. Think puppets and characters made from clay, leaves and twigs!

FREE but booking essential and limited places available.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Joanne@grandjunction.org.uk

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Date: Tuesday 15th and Weds 16th Feb 2022

Start Time: 10am

Length: 3 hours

Venue: Grand Junction, St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Rowington Close, W25TF

Covid-19 Update

Grand Junction is following government guidelines. Audiences must adhere to social distancing, where possible, and do not come to the show if you have any Covid 19 symptoms or have been in contact with anyone with Covid 19.

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Tuesday 15th Feb, Wednesday 16th Feb

Event Details

Start time: 10:00 GMT

End time: 13:00 GMT

Venue: St Mary Magdalene’s, Rowington Close London W2 5TF

Phone: 020 7266 8258

Email: joanne@grandjunction.org.uk