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Open Doors

Year of Home

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Hopkinstown Hall,
29th April 23, 2-5pm

Free Community Event!

Citrus is looking forward to welcoming you to our ‘Year of Home’ Open Doors day on Saturday April 29th at Hopkinstown Hall from 2-5pm. This FREE community event is part of our ongoing ‘Year of Home’ project.

We’ll be  cooking up some foraged delights to share at the close of the day (nettle soup),  experimenting with the ‘German Wheel’ and doing some family crafts with a theme of  ‘Home.’ Free refreshments and other creative activities to enjoy throughout the afternoon for everyone. Just turn up!

Before the Hall events, we will be going for a nettle foraging walk at 1pm you are also welcome to attend.

‘Year of Home’  ahead of us. A year-long programme of community events,  classes, workshops and performances all on our theme of HOME.

Later in the year we will be building a Ty Unnos (House in one night) on Pontypridd Common - legend has it that if one could build a house over a single night and have fire burning in the hearth by dawn, you could make your home there.  You could farm the land as far as you could throw an axe from your front door.

Venue address and access info:
Hopkinstown Hall, Foundry Rd, CF37 2RA

There is limited on street parking on Foundry Rd and we encourage people to arrive on foot, bike or by public transport wherever possible. We recommend bus 130 or 132 alighting at Castle Ivor.

Timetable and age suitability:
For adults: 1pm - Foraging walk, meet  outside the Hall; 2-5pm -  Foraged nettle soup making 
For teens and adults: 2-5pm - German Wheel workshop (circus skill)
For children and families: 2-5pm - Craft & Creative activities


Contact for more information.

Launch Event, Barry Sidings, Jan 2023

‘Year of Home’ has been made possible with support from Arts Council Wales, Welsh Assembly Government, National Lottery, Big Lottery Community Fund, BBC Comic Relief and the Principality.

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