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Contact Details

Telephone

01535663285 / 07834181491

Address

1 Luton Street, Keighley, BD212LE

Start Date

16/08/2019

End Date

18/04/2019

Website

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Event Details

Starts: Fri, 16 Aug 2019

Ends: Thu, 18 Apr 2019

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Small World Cultural Arts Collective

What does it do?
Provides arts and music activities for young people and families;

Who is it for?
Young people aged 8 and above and families with younger children; while not specifically designed for SEND children we aim to be inclusive; although we do have access issues. Please contact us if you have any questions

How do I access it?
Sessions are run on a drop in basis; times and days are as follows: Tuesdays and Fridays - 3.15pm-5.15pm - Top entrance at No.1 – Tune Up Chill Out - arts drop in/homework support For ages 8-16 or younger if attending with parents Fridays - 6.00pm-8.00pm – Top entrance at No.1 - Breathing Space; ‘an antidote to school’ no testing, no assessments just a space to chill out and do something creative. For ages 12-18 Saturdays – 12.30pm-2.00 & 2.30pm-4.00 - Fabric and Fents entrance at the bottom of Luton Street - Lift available - Baby Music; under 5s music activities

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