In the lovely country setting of West Stow Forest and Brandon Country Park, the Teepee was raised, the people came, rain or shine, in they went and enjoyed the ambience.  Adults and children alike listened to stories from the forest  and other parts of the world, then set about making an artistic  creation they’d heard in the story,  a bird, fish, butterfly or face mask.     Everyone had a great time.

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