Compass Wellbeing has lots of spooky fun happening during half term next week. Launching on Monday 29th October is Rocket School, chance to come and make your own rocket and see how far you can fire it! The Big Draw is a national art programme which gets children involved in different art projects. On Thursday 1st November professional artist will be coming along and covering Compass Wellbeing in paper so that children can come along and draw life sized drawings of themselves! Spooky fun arrives on Friday 2nd November when the Halloween Howler arrives with professional entertainer Steve Apelt, an interactive and fun session for all the family.
Justine Clayton, Activity Coordinator said,
“Our summer activities were a complete sell out so we are delighted to have Short Break funding from Somerset County Council for these brilliant October half term sessions. We are proud that all our sessions are completely accessible and affordable with it being only £3 per child and parents / carers go free. Our sensory room is open for all sessions and so is our popular café.”
To book your place on any of these sessions please visit, www.compasswellbeing.org.uk and select ‘IncludesU’ or call the team on 01823 475250.