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Drawing portaits, fun day and lunch at the House Mill (tours £3), Bromley by Bow

It looks like it will rain so I have agreed use of the classroom at the Millers House.

[masked] meet for coffee at the Millers House cafe and book a drawing session.


1130 to 1330 Drawing Each Other's portraits in the Millers House. PLEASE ARRIVE WELL BEFORE 1130. We need everyone to go up to the classroom at 1130 sharp so that no-one gets lost in the building, for safety reasons.

Please bring your own sketchbook or drawing board and materials. NB NO oil paints please.



FUN DAY runs from 12pm to 4pm.
Join in the activity on the green or join one of the drawing sessions I am running for fun day visitors on the green. Lea valley are providing a small marquee and some chairs. Space is limited especially if it rains. A portable chair will come in handy if you want to
sit and draw anywhere you like.

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FUN DAY activities are:-
plant seeds, dissect owl pellets and make a butterfly feeder 5-a-side football tournament badge making and dragonfly wands make bat and bird boxes and hanging baskets come and try hockey interactive games farm animals dog obedience training table tennis bats safer cycle tips try out BMX yoga petanque fire brigade face painters
Please look at this link for more details:-


Bromley-by-Bow station, which is on the District and Hammersmith and City underground lines, is about 5 minutes walk away. See map for alternate stations.

Buses 108 and 488 stop at Hancock Road.

The House Mill is a grade 1 listed 18th century tidal mill set in a beautiful riverside location in the heart of London’s East End. Originally built in 1776, on an existing pre-Domesday site it is the largest existing tidal mill in the world.




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