Arts And Crafts For Teenagers


Is there any art and craft summer camps for teenagers in London or Ireland?

My daughter is 13 and very talented at drawing, painting and other crafts is their any summer camps for this in London or Ireland. i would prefer a camp that she’d be able to stay over night at but a day camp would be alright too.

Have you tried any of the following sites?

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summer camp in Ireland, youth summer camp in Midleton in Ireland …
Midleton (Cork), IRELAND Summer camp for teenagers … Cork Airport is a 50-minute flight from London or a 25-minute flight from Dublin Airport. …. Designed to nurture the creative juices, the arts and crafts available at Midleton …
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craft – Summer Schools & Summer Courses (UK Summer School / Course …
craft. Party@The Park: an ATE Superweek. End the summer holidays with a bang with 7 nights … Ages: Teenagers (13-17), Adults (18+). Location: Greater London, London … 7 days residential camp at a real countryside court for 8-14 year olds. … Performing Arts. Ages: Young children (up to 12), Teenagers (13-17) …
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Drawing & Illustration – Yahoo! UK & Ireland Answers
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