Saturday, 22nd September 2018
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Who stole the Easter Bunny’s eggs? That’s the mystery your children will be solving at a three-day Easter creative writing camp being run by writer Derbhile Graham. The camp runs from 3-5 April at the Edmund Rice Heritage Centre in Waterford City.

The camp will last from 9.30am to 1pm each day and during the sessions, children will create wacky characters and create wonderful worlds. The camp will culminate in a storytelling session, where the children will write a story step by step, which they can share with their parents.

This writing camp is aimed at children aged eight to twelve and costs €60 per child, with concessions for two children or more. To book, contact Derbhile on 087 695 9799 or 051 386 250.

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