Wild & Windy Songs and Stories

Join us at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on Disabled Access Day for some blustery March multi-sensory adventures with Storytellers Ailie Finlay and Marie Louise Cochrane!

Wild & Windy Songs and Stories

About Wild & Windy Songs and Stories

Join us on Disabled Access Day for some blustery March multi-sensory adventures!

Storytellers Ailie Finlay and Marie Louise Cochrane lead this lively session of tales with multi-sensory props and lots of joining-in. All welcome, but particularly suitable for children and adults with additional needs and their families and friends.

Suitable for children and families (all ages)

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Wild & Windy Songs and Stories are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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