Best Practice: intergenerational learning - Together again

Nicole Weinstein
Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Young and old are reuniting in Torbay to celebrate nature and music-making outdoors, thanks to a new series of intergenerational projects supported by the council, Nicole Weinstein finds out

Children and older adults use hammers to release natural dye from wild flowers they foraged for, to make name tags using the Japanese art form ‘Happa Zone’
Children and older adults use hammers to release natural dye from wild flowers they foraged for, to make name tags using the Japanese art form ‘Happa Zone’

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