Young artists have fun

PUBLISHED: 12:58 11 May 2009 | UPDATED: 10:55 10 June 2010

CHILDREN enjoyed a morning of arts and crafts activities at an event in Brixington. The activity sessions, held at Brixington Church last week, were designed to help increase children s concentration spans and interaction abilities with other children and

CHILDREN enjoyed a morning of arts and crafts activities at an event in Brixington.

The activity sessions, held at Brixington Church last week, were designed to help increase children's concentration spans and interaction abilities with other children and adults.

The activities, organised by Exmouth-based company The Creation Station, also endorse the Government's Every Child Matters education framework.

Children who took part were able to paint, sculpt, model and collage. They were then able to take home their work as a memento.

Speaking about its success, one parent said: "I can do creative things with my daughter far easier because her attention span is longer and there are more ideas than at home."

For more information about the Creative Station's events, contact Exmouth 0845 050 8743.


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