River poems and a chainsaw

Today’s London Voices workshop at Morden Hall Park was great fun despite the blustery rainy weather. We began with a treasure hunt for words hidden in the bark of trees, under ivy fronds and in fence crevices, then made them into river poems, then the families made drawings in the sketchbooks we made last week using Japanese book-binding. Meanwhile Simon showed how he uses a chainsaw for carving and made an eel…

…which we followed with a big game of ‘Eels Out!’

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