Buzz takes a look into an unusual form of alternative therapy for depression in a video of Caroline Carr’s laughter workshop.
The allure of the boutique has always been the selling of individuality, the escapism from a world of mass-produced products where customers can buy their own slice of eccentricity and originality lost on the high street. While this is still the case, what defines a boutique is ever evolving. The traditional high street boutique or […]
A primary school has celebrated its link with a school in Kenya by experiencing African culture in every area of the curriculum.
Southill Primary School in Weymouth held a week of art and craft after it was recently paired with Kalewa Primary School.
Students at a Weymouth primary school enjoyed a junk percussion workshop in preparation for the Moving Tides children’s procession.
International junk percussionist and musician James Kimber provided a unique collection of instruments for pupils in years five and six at Bincombe Primary School to rehearse with.