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Guided Journaling Brunch at The Blackheath Pottery

The Blackheath Pottery, 112 Killeague Road, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry, BT514HH
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  • exterior of Blackheath Pottery
  • a cup of coffee with latte art in a green ceramic mug
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Enjoy a nourishing morning at The Blackheath Pottery, having brunch and then enjoying a guided self-love journalling workshop with Nuala from Lacuna Moon Co!

Nuala is a maker of cute stickers and stationery. She believes in self-expression and that self-care goes hand in hand. She celebrates the everyday by journalling herself and creating whimsical items.

Whether you're a dedicated journaler or someone who has dabbled, this workshop will guide you through prompts that you can have the time and space during the workshop to reflect on. She will have printed journaling sheets, or you can bring your own journal. Stickers, washi tape, and more will be available to use during the workshop as well.

This event takes place on Saturday, February 17th with brunch between 10-11am in the cafe, before moving to the art gallery for the journalling workshop

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