Our first new courses post-corona !!
We have a number of tutors who are happy to offer courses with some changes so we are safe whilst enjoying a day learning a new skill.
Procedural changes for COVID – Max 6 people on each course, Sited outside in covered area of our site, includes picnic lunch in outside space, regular cleaning throughout the day, contact tracing, masks, separate tools and equipment.

Friday 18th September
Wicker Obelisks 10-12.30 or 1-3.30
£60 pp

Thursday 24th September
Glass Fusing 10-3.30pm

Friday 25th September
Make a Ceramic Highland Cow £80

Friday 2nd October
Make an English Round Basket with Julie Livesey

Friday 16th October
Make a Pottery Green Man with Lesley Woods

What people have said about our courses;
“Brilliant Day”, What did you enjoy? “The making, the lunch, the tea & cakes. Great idea, we’ll be back”
“The venue was perfect. Excellent learning to willow weave was so interesting and finished products looked great.”
“Completely enjoyed the day, perfect balance between ‘work & care’.”
“Will recommend the experience to friends.”
“Well looked after, regular breaks made learning a new skill fun.”

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  1. Aine Hotham

    Stone carving workshop with Chris Swales in September was a really enjoyable day.
    I have never done stone carving before. I felt very supported by Chris, he made the whole experience very interesting. The meal and teas, with home made cakes were delicious and very nicely presented. I now have my home number in stone ready to put in our outside stone wall.
    I can now appreciate what skill it takes a stone mason to carve stone.
    I recommend anyone to go on this craft course

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