A CREATIVE centre is set to hold new exhibitions, environment-friendly craft workshops and other activities.

Harwich Arts and Heritage Centre, in Main Road, is hosting yet another amazing exhibition, this time Roger Hamer’s Rhythms, patterns and labyrinths display.

Visitors will be able to admire it from Monday, free of charge.

Interesting workshops are also being held at the centre.

Bees-Wax-Wrap workshop will get ride of all your annoying cling film and will replace it with natural and degradable packaging.

The event will be up and running on Friday, September 20 from 10am to 11am.

Prices are 3 for a large wrap, £2 for a medium wrap and £1 for a small wrap.

So, come by and say bye to cling film.

The Scrunchie making Café workshop will turn your old clothes into hairbands.

It will be taking place on Friday, October 4 from 10am to noon, with admission £5 per session.

Another sustainable programme is coming to teach you how to turn your unused tea towels into aprons for children.

Tea towels into aprons, will be coming to the centre on Friday, October 18, with a 10am start.

It will finish at 11.30am and entry will cost £5.

Finally, the bum bag making workshop will give you the chance of designing and creating your own bag.

You will be making the bum bag from scratch, selecting your fabrics and cutting out your pattern.

The workshop will be taking place on Friday, November 1 from 10am to 1pm, with admission costing £10.