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Watercolours for Beginners

Course dates: 03 August 2015 - 05 August 2015

Use watercolours to produce paintings in this delicate but expressive medium. A class for beginners and those with a little experience. Fun and enjoyment form an important aspect of the course.

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Willow Garden Structures

Course dates: 03 August 2015 - 05 August 2015

It is that time of the year when we start thinking about our gardens and what we will be growing. On this informative and enjoyable two-night course you will hear how willow is grown, harvested and prepared for weaving. Using simple tools and some basic weaving techniques, you will create several attractive supports for your garden. Expect to make wigwams, fans, hearts, small hurdles, a trellis and perhaps some decorative spheres. Due to the size of the structures you will need to leave plenty of space in your car for the return journey!


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Willow Garden Structures - Day School

Course date: 03 August 2015

Have you ever looked at structures in garden centre and thought 'I am sure I could make one of those if I only had the willow'? Well now is your chance. On this informative and enjoyable one-day course you will be introduced to different sizes and varieties of willow, learn how it is grown and harvested and prepared for weaving. Using simple tools and some basic weaving techniques you can expect to make a wigwam, a fan shaped support, a heart shape and a small trellis.


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Walking and Heritage: Oxford Town and Gown

Course dates: 03 August 2015 - 05 August 2015

Dreaming spires, medieval building, academic education and the local populace. How did a river crossing on the Thames develop into a premier university city? Who are the famous people whose names are forever linked with Oxford? The tour includes a visit to an Oxford College, the Cathedral of St Frideswide and the fine buildings of the city centre.


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Embroidery: Magnificent Mountmellick

Course dates: 03 August 2015 - 07 August 2015

A 'white on white' traditional hand embroidery technique developed in Ireland during the 19th century. Highly textured embroidery employing many lovely stitches with a knitted fringe.

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