9th Feb 2020
We had a very friendly, relaxed Picnic & Play at the CCH with 42 people (14 families) on Sunday, to mark #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek.
Newcomers to Lickety Play took to the session brilliantly and everyone was very supportive and warm towards one another. It was also great to see some families from St Mary’s Storyplay, and from our sessions with the Scottish Refugee Council.
Highlights included the focused concentration of Witches Fingers, the confident animals from across the room in Funky Chicken, and of course, the wonderful Dressing Up! Scenes from Flying Balloons appeared in many of the Reflective Drawings – including sharks, Saturn, elephants and Darshan’s Dad’s Red Castle!
Thank you all for joining us for our first Picnic & Play of 2020, where we we saw the innate kindness, generosity and creativity of our communities in action, with everyone participating and lots of smiles.