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Board? Help is on the cards at the Mount

There’ll be more than a touch of sci-fi at The Mount Pavilion in Fleetwood this Saturday – the place will be overrun with cardboard robots! Artist Mark O’Brien will be in the space from 1-4pm to run a special workshop for all ages, where you can create your very own cardboard robot creation.

The workshop is the latest in LeftCoast’s programme of family-friendly, free creative workshops in the venue – and over the coming months there is plenty to choose from.

On October 25, the Mount is getting spooky with shadow puppets, and artist Sarah Hicks will be working with groups to create their very own performance.

November brings a fashion twist to Fleetwood, with designer Joe Booth running two Saturday sessions (November 1 and 8), giving aspiring fashionistas the chance to style their own skirts and vest tops from scratch – or upcycle a man’s old shirt to create the perfect skirt.

Squirrel & Tiffin will host two sessions (November 15 and 22) giving you the opportunity to create a book cover with lino printing and traditional creative techniques for book binding.

Michael Trainor, Artistic Director of LeftCoast, said: “We want to bring the people of Fleetwood a selection of accessible arts activities that all ages can take part in. Whether you want to create a cardboard robot to terrorise your town, make a skirt from an shirt or try your hand at book binding, there is something for everyone.”

For more information or to find the full workshop programme visit www.leftcoast.org.uk or call 01253 477973.

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