SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES
Working alongside John, learning the use of instruments, singing and recording in the studio, with weekly ‘Route 66’ band rehearsals and public performances where all members are included.
The Puppet Conservatory Theatre Company & Art Workshops
Within our Hull branch, our creative and theatre professional and playwright, Hollie, leads multimedia art workshops and puppet making, plus set design and photography.
Garden Parks: Artisan Gardens, Horticulture & Conservation
With new investment in the spacious gardens beside our building, we’re creating a ‘farm-to-table’ experience with traditional heirloom growing alongside exotic crops, a berry farm, and bluebell wood. RHS Chelsea and Harrogate style gardens are to follow.
A new seating area with planters and colourful raised beds, besides the natural pond; making it the ideal place to eat lunch on a nice day. Also for seasonal barbecues and other events.
Using locally-sourced ingredients we prepare lunches and bake in the artisan style: traditional bloomers, Italian dough pizzas, and Bake-Off Cakes.
As an option from the Arts and Crafts, an early afternoon trip to collect locally milled flours, farm eggs or milk from the dairy, followed by tea and cake at a garden centre.
‘Adventure Days’ - Wednesday Lunch
Late morning to early afternoon off-the-beaten-track - sometimes in our expedition Land Rovers – to the country, beach or nature reserve. Outside arts and a picnic (and once-a-month cook-out)
In the Norwegian cabin, the hot press printing equipment allows members to design, publish and print their creative designs.
Visits to our Scarborough Branch
For shared friendships and variation of projects and faces.
Exciting new and big projects coming soon…
that follow our creative theme, access to nature, and artisanship.
Plus community engagement
Creative Day Care is committed to ensuring members are always integrated into the community – hence our locations at public facilities. We recognize the separation of adults with learning and other disabilities as a piece of history to move away from.