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|Tues||09:30 - 18:00|
|Weds||09:30 - 18:00|
|Thurs||09:30 - 18:00|
|Fri||09:30 - 18:00|
|Sat||09:30 - 18:00|
|Sun||11:00 - 17:00|
White Post Farm will be making a guest appearance at the Galleries of Justice Museum this Halloween with their creepy critter handling sessions! They will be bringing along Snakes, Bearded Dragons, Geckos, Tarantulas, Scorpions, Hissing cockroaches, Millipedes, Beetle Grubs, Praying Mantis, Locusts, Rats and Mice!
Diyas are small hand-held decorative lights that are created to celebrate Diwali and for two days we shall be mass producing them to float on the lake on Saturday 1 November (Diwali festival). Join us to make your own Diya in the workshops, and return a week later for the spectacular celebrations! Children must be accompanied by an adult
To celebrate the expansion of the Local Nature Reserve, Nottingham City Council is holding an open day offering family activities from bird-box building to herb planting as well as RSPB, Wildlife Trust and face painting stalls to inspire and educate budding nature lovers of all ages. Nature photographers aged 18 and under are also being encouraged to enter a free digital photography competition which will run from 20 October until 2 November.
Have you a passion for sewing??? Or have you ever wanted to start?? We are asking for people to get their creative cap on and design a patch for our lovely White Stuff patch work quilt. Itís a great opportunity to show off your great talent and be involved in raising money for our in store charity P.A.S.I.C. We are asking customers to take a patch work quilt kit home with you to create your own patch. There is a suggested donation of £2, or feel free to bring your own fabric patch in. Template dimensions-5 inch x 5 inch in a washable fabric. Each patch will them be sewn together to create a quilt to be raffled off on the 10th December 2014. All the proceeds will go to PASIC. !
Pop in to our shop from Saturday 18th October for some Halloween fun! We're be holding a ghoul making class, spooky spider hunt and lots of fun treats!
About Parents' Association for Seriously Ill Children (PASIC)
PASIC is a parent-led charity, based at Nottingham Children's Hospital. It provides practical, financial and social support to children and young people with cancer, their parents and carers.
How White Stuff funding is used