Ok, on the road we go.
Well, come to a halt not the M25 more like it.
Oh well, I used the time effectively and caught up on some podcasts and radio shows that I had missed during the week.
Eventually I arrived at my destination and headed to bed.
The next day and it was back on the road and over to the Mulberry Bush in Berkshire.
The Mulberry Bush is a lovely craft shop just outside of Thatcham and it was to be workshop HQ for the next two days.
Here I would meet store owner Cate Inglis and two groups of fabulous ladies who had shown an interest in using the Gelli Plates.
The workshops went well and we all did a spot of shopping in the store too – how better to spend your day?!
Now, I did mention that I’d been to two more counties and done three more workshops but this was only one county and two workshops – where next?
To continue onto the next page in this diary post, please click on the page numbers at the bottom of this post.
Please don’t forget that I am doing this tour in order to raise awareness of mental health issues and to raise money for Mind, the mental health charity.
If you would like to contribute and help me reach that £20k target you can do so in three ways.
- Make a donation on my Just Giving page.
- Make a donation via the Create & Craft TV website, for an additional P&P charge of £2.99 you will also be sent an official challenge postcard colouring book.
- Attend a workshop. To find out if there is one coming up near you, please visit the itinerary page on this blog.