Seed – Create the Future

Seed – Create the Future

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Join Seed this October half term for a series of free creative arts pop up events taking place throughout Sedgemoor.
With activities ranging from circus skills and creative writing to badge making and an open mic session there is something for everyone at Create the Future.

These free Create the Future events will be taking place in Highbridge, Bridgwater, Cossington and Cheddar from Tuesday 26th to Friday 29th October. They will offer the opportunity to get involved with a whole host of creative activities suitable for all ages. With performances and displays going on throughout the events, there will be a real ‘pop up mini-festival’ vibe.

Scott O’Hara, Seed’s director says “We want to create more activities and for them to be what local people actually want to do, and so Create the Future will also be an open space for anyone to share their thoughts about the creative activities and opportunities in the area. Please do come along and talk to us about how we can help to make your community more creative.” Information gathered at these events will lead directly to commissioning artists and groups to put on future activities and events throughout Sedgemoor by Seed.

Create the Future events will take place on Tuesday 26th October at Highbridge Community Hall, 1.30pm – 3.30pm, Wednesday 27th October at Victoria Park Community Centre in Bridgwater, 1.30pm -3.30pm, Thursday 28th October at Cossington Village Hall, 1.30pm – 3.30pm and Friday 29th October at Cheddar Village Hall, 1pm – 3pm. There is no need to book, just turn up! For more information, email

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