The season of costume making is upon us so pay us a visit as we have a mountain of fabric to help you make affordable outfits.
The Yeast Scrap Store is now open on Saturday mornings between 10AM and 1PM so come and have a look at what is new in stock! We are, of course, still open from 2-5 pm Tuesday through to Friday.
Stay and Makes every Saturday Morning, come along with your child, be creative, and have a look at what’s in the Scrap Store! Stay and Makes for Christmas up until the 15th December. Suitable for children aged 4-12 but an adult must accompany them. Donations to cover costs welcome. 11AM-1PM
Every Tuesday until the 11th of December between 2 and 5PM come and bring your own project or find inspiration from the many ideas that Scrap Store offers. Advent Calender’s, Seasons greetings cards, Festive wrap, Gift ideas. Expert at crafting or no experience at all – all abilities welcome. Come and create in a warm and welcoming environment. Minimum suggested donation per session £2.00.
Volunteer afternoon. Friday afternoons between 2 and 5PM. We need people to sort and display our donations of scrap. Be the first to view the wonderful items donated.
We will be closed the week of the 17th of December to do some work on the building and Christmas week. We reopen on Thursday the 3rd of January for the new term.
After the excitement of the Festive Season, but before Schools return, we are holding Stay and Make sessions on Thursday January the 3rd and 4th 2-4PM and Saturday Morning Stay and Makes on the 4th from 11-1PM.
For more information please ring during opening hours 01458 832345 or firstname.lastname@example.org and have a chat with Rosie.
October Half Term Stay-&-Makes
A great way to spend time at half term!
Stay and Make activity sessions, Tuesday to Friday the 30th of October to the 2nd of November from 13:00-15:00 each day.
Come and make fabulous things to celebrate the Autumn Season with makes for Halloween and Bonfire Night. Makes are suitable for three years and up.
Tuesday 30th Halloween Bats and Spiders with Strode College Health and Social Care Students.
Wednesday 31th Trick or Treat Pumpkin buckets and Pop Up Ghosts.
Thursday 1st Autumn Leaf Crafts.
Friday 2nd Bonfire Night Makes with Strode College Health and Social Care Students.
A significant adult must accompany up to three children, (younger babies and children are welcome if an adult is accompanying and older child but must be supervised at all times).
There is no charge but donations to cover our costs would be welcome.
There is no booking as such but to allow us to prepare for numbers, please could you let us know if you are coming by e-mail on email@example.com
Clay Workshop For Kids
Come to the Yeast Scrapstore this half term 13th February at 10:00–12:00 to make your very own bowl out of clay, decorated with beautiful sparkly things! When you’ve mastered that you can make an animal or a monster!
£5 each child, £3.50 for siblings. Suitable for approx age 3-10. Grown ups need to stay for the session please. Booking essential.
For more info or to book please email Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org
During 7-11th August we are partnering with Children’s World Off the Streets
programme and running 5 sessions of our ever popular Stay & Makes. Booking
will be essential and is done via the Children’s World Website
Sunday 7th May 12-4pm
Bring scrap and Buy upcycled crafts.
Make Flowers for Mothering Sunday.
Find out our exciting plans for the next stages of our development!
Friday March 3rd Saturday 4th 10-4pm
Come and help us do a big sort out for any time of or all of the day – Pizzas at lunchtime.
Fridays afternoons March 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st
12:30 – 2:30pm
Come and join us for a four week introductory Felting course where you will gain the knowledge and experience you need to create beautiful works! No previous felting experience necessary!
The course covers all the basics of Wet and Needle Felting. Wet Felting is a very ancient craft predating most others and has been used to produce artistic items both decorative and functional throughout history. Yurts of Mongolia, gloves of Pompeii, and the bowlers and top hats of the industrial revolution were all created using various wet felting techniques. Needle Felting is a much newer craft that is becoming ever more popular among those that like to sculpt finely detailed fluffy things.
Cost for the 4-week course is £50. Materials and light refreshment included. Places are very limited, so early booking is essential. Contact us for booking forms on:
Or just drop in at the Yeast Scrapstore premises to see us.
A limited number of subsidised places may be available, please contact us to discuss.