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Quiet Session Cardboard Gingerbread Houses

16 December - 16 December 2023

Saturday 16th December

2pm-3pm | 7+ | Donation on the day welcome

Quiet Session - Cardboard Gingerbread Houses
We offer Quiet Sessions of our children’s workshops.

These activities are designed to accommodate any participants with autism or learning difficulties. They feature a personalised and flexible version of the morning’s workshop, as well as reduced lighting and sound in the gallery. The groups are smaller and parents are asked to attend and enjoy these less crowded sessions. You only need to book a ticket for each child attending.

This a relaxed, fun session in the education space at the gallery where children are encouraged to express their creativity and experiment with materials.


Quiet Session - Cardboard Gingerbread Houses

As the festive season has arrived, join us in creating wonderful cardboard gingerbread houses. Decorate the houses in a festive and unique way ! Be sure to pop in a window for others to enjoy or place as the centrepiece of your room.


Materials are provided,

As a sustainable workshop participants are welcome to bring any spare cardboard to use and decorate.

 Eventbrite:Quiet Session Children's Cardboard Gingerbread Houses 


Due to our venue’s capacity, spaces are limited. If you book onto one of our workshops we would ask you to honour your commitment to attend.

We aim for our workshops to be as accessible as possible, but would ask that you make a donation on the day if you can. Please consider contributing if you are able to support the future workshop and education programmes at Mission Gallery.

For further information please contact Megan Leigh, Learning & Engagement Coordinator, on 01792 652016 or email

Materials are provided, limited places, booking is essential. Please inform us of any access requirements, allergies or medical conditions.

Access is by one-step entry from pavement level through our main entrance.

The workshops will take place in the gallery and education space located on the first floor of the gallery.

Due to building limitations access to the first floor education space is via steep stairs.

Staff are on hand to provide assistance if needed.

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