A lovely way to get the younger members of your family involved in our Fun Palaces weekend on 3 and 4 October is by creating your own Horsecross Hopscotch. Bring a little colour to the pavements and find a fun and safe way to connect with people who live nearby.
Rachael, a member of our Learning and Engagement team, and her daughter tell us how to go about making your very own Horsecross Hopscotch.
On 3 October we’re hosting an online Fun Palace, where you’ll be able to take part and watch a whole range of activities from language learning, to poetry reading, music teaching and craft making.
Get your free ticket now and enjoy the fun from the comfort of your own living room.