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Funding secured for arts sessions for adults with learning difficulties in Holbeach




Performing and visual arts sessions for adults with learning difficulties will take place regularly in Holbeach after a successful taster day.

Around 40 people attended a day organised by district councillor Tracey Carter last week and now Peterborough-based Goldhay Arts, who ran the day, have secured funding to run sessions for the rest of the year.

Sessions will run on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am to 2pm, starting in April - and Goldhay is also looking for staff to help run the sessions.

Tracy Carter with Annecka Amos of Goldhay Arts ready for fun with guests
Tracy Carter with Annecka Amos of Goldhay Arts ready for fun with guests

Those who attend will enjoy doing art, music, crafts, dance and drama.

Tracey told the Free Press: "I am absolutely delighted that these sessions will go ahead. It was beautiful to see all those smiling faces and people enjoying themselves on Monday.

"Now the sessions will be a regular thing and give those attending something to really look forward to twice-a-week."

Music and action fun
Music and action fun

Goldhay are now looking for a freelance music teacher (two-hours-per-week), freelance dance and drama teacher (four hours), freelance arts and crafts teacher (two hours) and a session facilitator (12 hours).

To apply for vacancies email your CV to info@goldhayarts.co.uk

To register an interest in the session, call Tracey on 07719 189528 (email tcarter@sholland.co.uk) or Goldhay on 01733 262442 (info@goldhayarts.co.uk)



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