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Dereham windmill to host dry clay modelling workshop for children

PUBLISHED: 10:38 17 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:38 17 October 2017

Artist Judi Graham will visit Dereham Windmill to demonstrate dry clay modelling to children. Photo: Dereham Windmill

Artist Judi Graham will visit Dereham Windmill to demonstrate dry clay modelling to children. Photo: Dereham Windmill

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Dereham windmill will host a childrens’ clay modelling workshop with the artist Judi Graham.

The session will run from 2pm to 4pm on Saturday, October 21.

Ms Graham will demonstrate the technique of dry clay modelling - and any children attending are welcome to have a go at joining in.

Judi Graham is a watercolour artist. She paints mainly landscapes and also works with porcelain and stoneware clays using lace as decoration.

After this weekend the next event for children will be the appearance of Father Christmas at the windmill.

He will be visiting between 1pm and 3.45pm on Sunday, December 3 and 10, Saturday, December 16 and Sunday, December 17, and Friday, December 22.

The cost will be £6 per child and £2 each accompanying adult. This will include a present for each child plus a mince pie for every accompanying adult.

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