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Register an interest in Holbeach visual arts sessions for adults with learning disabilities




A special taster day offering performing and visual arts sessions for adults with learning difficulties is being planned for Holbeach.

If there is enough interest registered, the day will be run by Goldhay Arts from Peterborough, who were approached by district councillor Tracey Carter.

Goldhay is a registered charity offering weekly sessions in the performing and visual arts to adults with learning disabilities since 1994. They help people with their personal development through a variety of sessions including dance, music, drama and visual arts.

Coun Tracey Carter and Annecka Amos (6467669)
Coun Tracey Carter and Annecka Amos (6467669)

Goldhay Arts service manager Annecka Amos said: "From the interest in the Taster Day we can then aim to move forwards with more of a plan based on the needs and requirements of some of the residents in Holbeach that would like to benefit from our work."

Tracey said: "We hope there are a number of people interested in attending so we can aim to set up more permanent sessions. The development that can come from the work that Goldhay Arts carry out is fabulous.

"In their current sessions they work toward producing a performance for family and friends to attend. It would be amazing to see that also brought to Holbeach."

Anyone interested in attending a taster session should contact Tracey (call 07719189528 or email tcarter@sholland.co.uk) or Goldhay (01733 262442 or info@goldhayarts.co.uk).



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