Things to do at home

Linton Book Fest

Reading ideas for children

Our friends at Linton Book Festival have come up with loads of great ideas to get your children reading when they are stuck at home.

Checkout the link here.

Connecting Us Crafts Molton WonkyMolten Wonky – Hand made fused glass crafts

Why not try your hand at making your very own fused glass crafts with the talented Molten Wonky

You can collect from the studio or have your kits delivered for £3

Choose from four fantastic kits, a rainbow, square 10x10cm coaster, rectangular 10 x 12 picture, or love heart. The kits all come with instructions, paper, template, glue, tweezers, and glass fragments. Parental supervision will be needed with young children.

Email your orders to Kate via

Tutor DoctorTutor Doctor

One to one tutoring, ordinarily in-person and in-home, but right now being delivered by an on-line specialist tutoring package. All ages, all subjects, all levels. An extensive team of DBS-checked local tutors carefully recruited and matched to the needs of the student after a free (currently on-line) consultation with the family.

One-to-one tuition: primary, secondary and A-Level. All subjects (but Maths, English and Science are the most popular requests).

Cambridge Makers – the isolation challenge


7 days of isolation, 7 items in your recycling box, 7 craft challenges

Meet our amazing Cambridge Makers up at the Grip in Linton. They have set us 7 days of isolation craft challenges with things from our recycling box. Each craft has a hand Youtube show me how to go with it. Choose from paper origami tulips, juice carton wallets, toilet roll decorations, tea bag canvasses, woven plant pots, and Corona Bottle papier-mache pen pot.

All available online Cambridge Makers Covid Crafting

Redgate Coding ClubRedgate Coding Club 6- 14 year olds

Why not join Redgate’s Coding Club. Free online workshops hosted every Friday.

Register your interest here