A fun day at the beach
Hartlepool council have organised Seaton Celebrates , to mark the completion of major sea defence work and the extended promenade at Seaton Carew. Activities are to include sand sculpture workshops. Well, there’s no shortage of sand on our beach! Which is just as well, because world champion sculptress Nicola Wood will be creating a large scale sculpture.
I’m hoping it will be on a par with the amazing themed sculptures which feature each year at the FIESA festival in the Algarve. To be fair, they have a whole team working on them. We are also promised a roller skating display, and street theatre, which will include sea creatures and a mermaid. There’ll be nautically themed craft stalls and the singing of sea shanties too.
How do I know this? The White Crane t’ai chi group (I’m a member) will be giving a demonstration. I expect to be there, camera in hand at least part of the time. It’s on all Saturday afternoon, between 12 and 5pm.
What do you have planned for Saturday? Can you describe it in six words? Pop over to see Cate at Show My Face and see exactly how it should be done. This post is just so Summer, I really think it could find a home in Summer Lovin‘. Don’t you?
I must stop playing with Lunapic. It’s becoming a bad habit! Have a happy Saturday.