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Torbay families are set for a summer of fun thanks to free events planned by Cosmic to help people get socially and digitally connected.
The events are a key part of the Positive People project, funded by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund. Activities range from building your own Virtual Reality headset to creating stop-motion animations, and will encourage families to spend fun time together, as well as building local relationships.
Emma Hupertz, Digital Training Assistant at Cosmic says, “A study from The Mirror has shown that due to busy lifestyles, parents spend on average just 34 minutes of undistracted time with their child each day. The sessions will be invaluable for those who are seeking to spend more quality time with their child over the school holiday”.
- Sound Paths - 14th August at Berry Head, Brixham
- Parent & Child Photography Session - 21st August at Woodend, Watcombe
- DIY Virtual Reality Workshop - 23rd August at Acorn Youth Community Centre, Torquay
- Get Creative with the Kids - 31st August at Windmill Centre, Torquay
Positive People are providing free lunches and fruit for both parent and child. Numbers are limited so please ensure you book your space by calling Emma on 01404 548 405 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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