From an afternoon with Linda Hewett learning about, cooking and eating Spanish Tapas to Beginners Botanical Painting with Dawn Wright, there is a workshop for all ages and abilities.
You might want to start getting ready for Christmas (sounds crazy but Christmas will be just around the corner by the time you attend your workshop!), so for the festive season lovers, we have the opportunity for you to make, bake and decorate your own festive cookies or chocolates.
If you’re looking to make gifts for friends and family with a real personal touch, then why not plump for either our Lino Printmaking workshop or the 2-day Willow Weaving Animal workshop? There’s also the Stone Carving Letters workshop, a great follow on from the beginners stone carving and it’s a great gift idea for Father’s Day!
And last, but not least, for all the budding wine connoisseurs, we are holding our first wine tasting workshop! Find out about where wines of the world come from, learn about the different aromas and tastes and get the chance to order your favourites in time for Christmas.
Have we enticed you yet? You can book your place right here –
And if you still need more convincing, just have a read of all the wonderful comments we’ve had from people who have attended the workshops in April and May this year…
‘The tutor has a great way of informing and teaching without the learner realising it. I have had a taste of a skill over 3000 years old’
‘Scrummy lunches, enjoyable day, loved it!’
‘Such an enjoyable day’
‘A fine day was had by all’
‘Fabulous day learning another craft, thank you’
‘Excellent course tutor, just set at a nice pace. Definitely a worthwhile event’
‘Brilliant day, have already signed up for the September course!’
‘Brilliant morning, made so much, excellent value’
‘A marvelous course, thoroughly enjoyable and worth the trip from Leeds’
‘We made some lovely things to take away’
‘Wonderful course, great sense of achievement at the end’
‘A very enjoyable, informative and relaxing course with a good variety of tasks to complete’