Crafternoons

Crafternoons

Crafternoons is a crafting and sewing wellbeing group in Ramsgate for people with a learning difficulty. We host mindful crafting workshops, work with local community organisations, and volunteers come and run sewing sessions.

We use materials from The ScrapStore at EKM and recent projects include making lavender bags and aprons. No crafting or sewing experience is necessary, just come along and have a go!

For more information, contact us via email, or phone 0845 004 1876.

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A group men and women singing inside Foresters Hall
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Two women and one man at a desk during the Living Skills course looking at the cost of ingredients
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The backs of two ladies using the air fryers
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