Arts and Crafts by Fegans
Arts and Crafts are a great parenting tool to relax and engage children. As part of our ‘Seasons of Change’ exhibition in West Kent, we have put together a series of activities for children and parents to do together, to promote wellbeing and discussion of feelings and emotions – and have fun! To share in our wider network we have provided them on this page for you to download. Working with professional counsellors Fegans have developed these tools as a way to support families further online.
Garden of GreatnessRoyal Victoria Place - April - June
Fegans’ Garden of Greatness Fun Day at Royal Victoria Place
Friday 6th April
10am – 4pm
Come and join the Fegans’ team over the Easter Holidays as we kick off the Garden of Greatness community craft project. Every child will have the opportunity to create their own paper flower of ‘Greatness’, and hang it in our beautiful applique garden display. Pick up free activity sheets, colour, cut, stick and enjoy! All children will also get a free balloon!
Find us opposite the soft play area on the ground floor, next door to Marks and Spencers, or ask at the Royal Victoria Place Concierge Desk. Scroll for details of the Royal Victoria Place location.
The Fegans’ ‘Garden of Greatness’ project has been created to encourage every child to look at what makes them truly special. To engage a child in self-love is a wonderul achievement, and we hope to inspire children to recognise their unique ‘greatness’ to empower them to build a healthy self-esteem. With the support of Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery, Royal Victoria Place, and celebrated local artist Elaine Gill, we have been able to bring this event directly to the local community in Tunbridge Wells. If you would like to be involved download the intructions and get making! You can take your flower to the Royal Victoria Place Customer Service Desk to be added to our ‘Garden of Greatness’ wall. You can visit the display until June 2018 opposite the soft play area on the ground floor, next to Marks and Spencers.