Summer holiday activities in Uckfield
Looking for ways of keeping children occupied during the summer holidays? Here are some ideas compiled from Uckfield News articles.
Twice weekly craft sessions at Bridge Cottage
Summer craft activities are being organised for children at Bridge Cottage in Uckfield every Monday and Thursday morning during the summer holidays.
The drop-in sessions will be held between 10am and noon on July 23, 26, 30, and August 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, and 23.
The cost is £1 per child and all children must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments will be available at extra cost.
Family art activities at Charleston
Charleston, the Bloomsbury home of art and ideas, invites families to create their own art while visiting Charleston every Sunday in August.
Charleston volunteers will be on hand to help and encourage you. From paper lampshades to clay models, activities have been inspired by the art and lives of the Bloomsbury Group.
Parents or carers are required to stay with their children, and encouraged to create artworks together as a family. Suitable for everyone aged three and over.
There are more details on Uckfield Events here.
Sheffield Park recreates Nissen hut in grounds
Sheffield Park is remembering World War 2 when Canadian troops were stationed within its grounds and a replica Nissen hut has been recreated there.
Tours have been arranged where you will be able to see what has been discovered during an archaeological excavation to look for more artefacts.
Read more on Uckfield News here: Sheffield Park shares its World War 2 history.