LOOKING for a way to keep the kids occupied during the summer holidays? Then you’re in luck, as we have tickets to be won to a variety of fun-packed workshops at The Harley Gallery in Welbeck.
The Gallery are running family craft workshops this summer for children aged 5-12 and their parents or carers.
On Wednesday 15th August from 10am - 1pm, families are invited to enjoy a creative day out with Phil Neal Harley Studio Artist where kids can make a mascot.
Who is your favourite sporting hero? Or you can simply use your imagination to create a one-off energetic character with a variety of exciting artforms, crafts and materials.
Then on Wednesday 22nd August from 10am-1pm, you can make a commemorative mug to celebrate 2012 with Ceramicist Rachel Wood. Learn how to build your very own mug and decorate with treasured memories and feelings of the year.
Visitors are asked to bring along an old shirt/apron. Refreshments are available. Workshops are £10 per session, per child and free to parents/carers.
To be in with a chance of WINNING a pair of tickets to these sessions, just answer this simple question: Q) In what capital city are the 2012 Olympic Games taking place?
Send your answer along with your name and daytime telephone number to: Harley Workshop competition, 21-27 Ryton Street, Worksop, S80 2AY or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HURRY! The closing date for entries is Tuesday 14th August.
Normal Guardian competition rules apply.