Crafting for Community

New social enterprise supporting Our Barn Youth Club


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Crafting for Community is a social enterprise. We sell handmade cards and craft items at local craft fairs and markets. Proceeds go to Our Barn Youth Club (, which supports young people with learning disabilities. We are holding a...

Crafting Social
Wednesday, 14 October 2015
At 10.30am
BridgeLink Centre
Summerwood Road
Isleworth, TW7
(behind ASDA, Ivybridge)

We would like to meet over tea and coffee, and possibly recruit micro-volunteers who can donate a small amount of time making cards, knitting, or crocheting either at home or in our craft room at the BridgeLink Centre in Isleworth.

What better way to release those happy crafting feelings than knowing that your next creation is going to help a local worthy cause?

Crafting for CommunityBring your current work-in-progress, join in making cards, meet other crafters and browse our collection of magazines and patterns for inspiration.

We’re sure you’ll find something to inspire and get those creative thoughts flowing. Suitable for absolute beginners all the way through to experienced crafters. We do beginners classes too!

Our barnOur Barn also has some spaces at its Sunday Youth Club.

Membership is free and is open to young people aged 16-25 with learning or other disabilities. Contact us for an invitation to come to Redlees, meet the team and see whether Our Barn is for you!

We also offer a gardening activity on Fridays at Osterley Park and yoga and football sessions. We welcome working collaboratively with 6th forms and colleges.

More information on our website: or or 0300 777 2800

October 9, 2015

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