Multicultural Craft and Conversation Mornings in Plymouth

Apr 15, 2019 | Community Outreach, Events, ODILS News

By Contributer | ODILS

Do you enjoy painting, embroidery, basketwork, weaving, henna designs, knitting, crochet, calligraphy, jewellery or bag making? Come join us!

Starts Monday 4th March

Drawing together ladies from different cultural traditions

Craft and Conversation

Every Monday Morning 10 to 12 at the Oasis Project

For ladies who are new to this country with English as a second language

An opportunity to:

Share a love of crafts

Inspire each other

Talk over coffee

Build friendship and community

You can find out more about Oasis here: http://oasisproject.co.uk

28 Manor Street

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