Mini Hygge Hideout

It’s time to get creative and cosy. If you love watching films and building den’s this is the workshop for you! We will transform an entire room into a mammoth hygge (cosy) den, followed by a picnic bonanza before snuggling up into a mass of bean bags and cushions winding down to a handpicked selection of short films. This session will be facilitated by Amy Martin & Paige Jackson.

This is a family workshop suitable for children 3-7 years old.

Please note; all children must be accompanied by a parent / guardian and cannot be left with the organisers. Parents / guardians are welcome to join in, alternatively work day passes can be purchased at a special price of £10*

Register for this workshop via eventbrite

To find out about other workshops in the Mini Activists series, click here

*Pay an extra £10 for a half day membership pass at Impact Hub Birmingham, including access to our bright and beautiful space, super fast WiFi, our on-site café and a chance to experience the community.

We are also exploring the possibility of opening a ”Children’s Hub’ in Birmingham, a multifaceted community space focused on celebrating, supporting and championing childhood. Join in the conversation at #BrumChildrensHub | #RadicalChildcare |

With funding from Paul Hamlyn Foundation and supported by Impact Hub Birmingham. Amy Martin (FAMALAM) and Paige Jackson (Impact Hub Birmingham) have curated a series of alternative family events and workshops based on themes of child-friendly activism and creativity with children, young people and families in Birmingham.


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Date & Time

August 17, 2017 | 14:00 to 17:00


Impact Hub Birmingham


Entry Fee

Cost for Members: £5

Cost for Non Members: £5

Updated on 06 July 2017