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Our much-loved Kite Making Workshops are back!
There are lots of ways you can get involved this year – like with our OnDemand Kite Kits.
Book your kit, collect from Norden Farm, access your OnDemand video from anywhere, get crafty, fly your kite!
Your OnDemand workshop video has been created by specialist kite makers, Community Kite Project. Your Kite Making Kit includes everything you need to make a Japanese Sode Kite - all you will need are pens to decorate your creation.
Make and decorate your kite to stand out in the sky at this year's Kite Festival.
Save the Date! The Kite Festival is back this year on Sunday 5 September. Join us at Boyn Grove Park (Punt Hill) between 12pm - 4pm for live music, food and drink, entertainment – and kite flying! Entry is free!
Keep an eye on our website for details about our Live Kite Making Workshops taking place throughout the Summer Holiday
Each ticket includes a kit with everything you need to make and fly your kite! All you will need are pens to decorate your creation.
Suitable for ages 4+ years.
Kite Kit collection: Packs can be booked by selecting your preferred collection date (Thursdays - Saturdays 11am - 10pm). Collect your pre-booked kit from our Café Bar by showing them your booking confirmation email.
£5 per kite (includes materials - packs must be collected from Norden Farm)
Kite packs can be collected from Norden Farm between 11am– 10pm on your chosen day
Kite Flying • Food • Bar • Live Music • Entertainment • Kite Making
Join us at Boyn Grove Park for our Community Kite Festival on Sunday 5 September between 12pm - 4pm. It's free to attend!
Round off the summer holidays in style with an afternoon of fun for all the community! Bring your kite creations, pre-owned or shop bought kites and join our team to fly them on the hill. Everyone is welcome, with or without a kite!
As well as all the kite flying fun, the afternoon will include food from local vendors and a bar.
The live music stage will feature top local talent - find out more about the acts joining us here!
For the first time, the festival includes a large scale outdoor performance from Autin Dance Theatre - Out of the Deep Blue Sea. Meet Eko the sea giant puppet as he rises from the deep ocean and meets you and a little girl called Violet.
The Kite Festival is kindly supported by funding from the Spoore, Merry and Rixman Foundation, RBWM, The Cyril Taylor Charitable Foundation and the Cultural Recovery Fund.
Led by Creative Eye.
From January 2024 Norden Farm are delighted to extend our Crafternoon sessions to Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons!
Norden Farm's Crafternoons are relaxed crafting sessions for older people.
Get crafty with a range of activities, or bring along your own projects to work on with support from tutor Kayleigh Robinson.
You can learn new skills, meet new people and try something new, a cup of tea is included with the ticket price. If you are unable to attend in person you can log on from home to chat and join in the session.
Tues 20 and Wed 21 Feb Wooden Bookmarks
Tues 27 and Wed 28 Feb Wooden Hanging Sign Decoupage
Tues 5 and Wed 6 Mar Squeegee Art
Tues 12 and Wed 13 Mar Mug Decorating
Tues 19 and Wed 20 Mar Mini Scented Pouches
Tues 26 and Wed 27 Mar Easter Wreath
Tues 2 and Wed 3 Apr Wooden 3D Bird Hanging Decoration
Tues 9 and Wed 10 Apr Magnets
Tues 16 and Wed 17 Apr Wire Tree
Tues 23 and Wed 24 Apr Paper Fans
There will be no session on Tues 6 and Wed 7 Feb.
Social Arts Crafternoons is a partially funded project run by Norden Farm with support from The Berkshire Community Foundation.
Local transport can be provided as part of the ticket price for those attending on a Wednesday.
If you need transport to Norden Farm for the Wednesday sessions please contact Jess Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org / 01628 682563 to talk through your requirements.
Suitable for ages 60+ years.
2pm - 3pm
£5 per session, including a cup of tea
Come along to Norden Farm for 45 minutes of Arts and Crafts.
Join Aysha Khan for spring time craft sessions:
Thur 15 Feb Willow sun catchers
Fri 16 Feb Polish paper folk collage
Sat 17 Feb Hanging paper ball lanterns
Thurs 15 Feb - Sat 17 Feb
Sessions are 45 minutes.
Suitable for ages 4 - 11 years
All materials provided.
Please note that children must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Led by Funky Monkeys
Have you ever wondered what your baby is thinking or feeling? Would it help if they could communicate those thoughts and feelings to you?
Sign & Rhyme teaches parents/carers and their little ones, simple sign language that enables them to communicate before speech takes over. Just like waving and clapping, your baby can learn to tell you when they’re hungry, in pain or just that they’ve seen a dog! This is empowering to them and hugely rewarding for you! In most cases babies who sign learn to talk sooner than their non-signing peers.
Signs are used in class, like actions, to accompany songs and nursery rhymes and with an array of props, puppets, instruments and the use of disco lights, bubbles and parachutes to enhance the sensory experience and make learning more fun.
* Free on-site parking
* Café (open all day)
* Baby changing facilities
Mums, Dads, Grandparents, Carers all welcome with their babies under 18 months
Wed 10 Jan - 24 Apr, exc 14 Feb and 10 Apr
1.45pm - 2.30pm
£7.50 for 1 Adult and 1 Child | £4.50 for additional siblings
An energetic and creative music and movement class for babies and children under 5.
This fun and funky session uses lights, puppets, parachute, instruments and music to get your little ones moving!
Suitable for ages 9 months - 5 years.
12 Jan - 26 Apr, exc 16 Feb, 29 Mar, 12 Apr
11am - 11.45am
£7.50 | Siblings (18 months +) £4.50 | £26 for 4 sessions a term
If you would like to book the offer price for 4 sessions, please enter a ticket for each date you would like to attend into your basket and the offer will apply automatically.
Led by Lucy Carpenter.
A creative adventure over four days. Working towards a final exhibition where the artwork will come to life, Lucy and her team will be exploring the wonderful world of illustration.
Including tickets to Nick Sharratt’s Drawalong to get truly inspired!
For ages 8 - 14 years.
Tues 9 Apr – Fri 12 Apr 11am – 4pm
£160 (£145 Advantage Card holder)
Led by Julie Potter
This class is particularly suited to beginners, those returning to yoga having had a break, those with specific injuries or conditions or even those that consider themselves to be of a ‘certain age’ that might need a less challenging approach. We will cover general breathing practises, the basic and gentler postures, together with general information and possible discussion around movement and the potential difficulties we might come up against.
The aim will be to relax and enjoy.
The yoga I teach is an evolution of nearly 30 years of practice and study, with a broad experience of many styles and teachers. In recent years I have been moving away from ‘external’ evaluation of the postures and moving towards an ‘internal’ sense of the postures, moving away from the more used traditional approach of systemised yoga to a more experiential and ‘felt’ approach, influenced by teachers who have been inspired by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli.
Please bring a blanket, a yoga / Pilates mat, and wear loose comfortable clothing
Wed 10 Jan - 7 Feb (5 weeks)
Wed 14 Feb - 13 Mar (5 weeks)
Wed 20 Mar - 24 Apr (6 weeks)
11am - 12.15pm
£12 per session | £45 per 5 week course | £54 per 6 week course
This class will take place both in person and online via Zoom.
You will find the link to access the session in your booking confirmation email