Harborough youngsters are invited to grab their pencils and paper for an exciting virtual live drawing lesson for Rainbows Hospice

Market Harborough-based Joules has teamed up with the hospice for special creative fundraiser

Friday, 14th May 2021, 12:49 pm
Updated Friday, 14th May 2021, 12:50 pm
Print designer Sophie Kinns is hosting the drawing lesson to get behind Rainbows.

Market Harborough-based Joules is teaming up with Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People to launch a special creative fundraiser.

Rainbows and Joules are inviting youngsters aged five and over to grab their pencils and paper for an exciting virtual live drawing lesson on Thursday June 3.

Joules is known for its colourful prints and distinctive products.

Now one of their talented print designers, Sophie Kinns, is hosting the drawing lesson to get behind Rainbows.

Alison Furlong, Head of Community and Events at Rainbows, said: “Whether your child is an avid drawer or looking to try something new, this event is perfect for children and young people aged from five years old to teenagers.

“Sophie will guide them through the process of illustrating a variety of animals, in a fun creative away.”

She added: “We would encourage them to follow the live event - and then they can watch the video back as many times as they would like.

“And by joining in, you will be helping to fund the vital care that Rainbows provides to over 450 children, young people and their families.”

The event, which costs £5, will take place via Zoom from 2pm on Thursday June 3 and all attendees will be required to book their place in advance.