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Coleraine Year 8 Students taught new skills at Willow Heritage Project

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Year 8 pupils from North Coast Integrated College in Coleraine have worked with Louise McLean, facilitator of basketry, during March 2016.

The students were taught the skills of basket weaving and made willow baskets and small sculptures for a joint schools Willow Heritage project.  

On Friday 8th April, the students attended a celebration at the Vineyard Church with Paula McIntyre, recognised local chef who demonstrated the making of heritage foods.

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